Dating disabled married woman

Also I hate to say this because of how much bad publicity as it has gotten, trips to theme parks are great because we do not have to wait in line.

Flying has it's good and bad; he will always be subject to additional screening by the TSA but some airlines let us board first.

Since then, I've used Craigslist and Ok Cupid and other dating sites. I don't want somebody to look "past" me in order to see me. I'll tell a guy, if you want to put my legs up in the air, you'll have to hold on to them.

Becoming a mother and becoming a person with a disability at the same time was pretty much a mindfuck.

The first few years, I was consumed with motherhood.

He uses the prosthetic knee to kneel on while he's working, has learned to "how to fall" so that he doesn't injure himself and how to get back up without assistance.

I would definitely agree with the comments regarding handicapped parking, there is not enough and it is infuriating to see apparantly able bodied people get out of their vehicle and run into the store when my husband couldn't get the car door opened wide enough to transfer out of the vehicle into his wheelchair.

But right away I knew I was in love and wanted to be with him. Plus, I was almost 300 pounds at that time, and I bought into a lot of what society tells you when you're a person of color and you're big.

I learned about a group for plus-size women and their admirers.

I think once you get past the initial adjustment of setting up your home for someone who is handicapped and as long as the person has the right attitude, it's really no different than being married to any able bodied person.

Around 10% of the people in the world are currently living with a disability.

He spent 3 months in the hospital with the end result being an above the knee amputation of his left leg and serious damage to the right.

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