Sign up now Already have an account with Able Thrive? Hi Neely, I've been a wheelchair-user all of my life.ainstream America has recently caught on to just how “normal” it is to date someone in a wheelchair. First, let’s look at the big picture: “Dating someone in a wheelchair is not that different from dating an able-bodied person,” says Maximillian Wachtel, Ph.TV and movies, both fictional and reality-based, are showing more people dating the wheelchair-bound, from the bevy of girlfriends and fans in the hit Paralympian documentary their dog to the park—even though Danny became a paraplegic after being thrown from a truck. “We live a very normal life.” Sounds great—in theory. D, psychologist at Cherry Creek Psychology in Denver, Colorado.SIGN UP FOR ABLETHRIVE Creating an account with Able Thrive is FREE and easy.Signing up gives you access to curated content and new features we’ll be rolling out.
But hopefully helps you to know that people do see the person and not the chair.Don't let the buggers get you down and if they do moan run over their toes with your wheels, then apologise all sincerely as if you didn't know op has a nice profile, would not bother too much if someone is in a wheel chairgot a friend with bad MS, bed sores and the rest, can understand him wanting a fag and the rest of it passes me bye, his wife was not totally certain what he was going on about last time eitherproblem for me would be transporting the wheelchair if going for a drive... And let me share with you a bit of what I’ve discovered — it’s just as dismal as you’d expect.I'm wondering if you think I should be upfront on my profile by mentioning my disability and if there is other advice you think I should consider?Thanks for your time, Looking4Love Chick When I received this email, I wasn't quite sure what to say.