Disabled Dating Expert is a site dedicated not only to reviewing dating sites but also dispelling myths and talking about taboo subjects. Of course, we say this from the point of view of a certain percentage of the population who has certain misconceptions about this particular subject. We are happy to say that that percentage is getting smaller and smaller. And we hope that in the future there won’t be any need for a site like ours. However, until that time comes, we have to talk about these topics.
Imagine telling one of your friends that you’ve been a member of this disabled dating site and that you’ve met someone there. A person who’s in a wheelchair and that the two of you have gone on a date. A date that went surprisingly well. Can you guess the first question your friends might ask you? Yes, you guessed it right, it’s the following: Is it hard to date someone in a wheelchair? We have to admit that we added a bit of drama to this whole thing but you get what we’re talking about.
There are several reasons why we need to talk about dating someone in a wheelchair. Perhaps the most important one is to help the people who are about to do that. To tell them what to expect and why this isn’t something they should be afraid of. First of all, any type of dating can be hard and that’s simply God’s honest truth. However, it can also be easy and that’s all down to you and your partner. So, it doesn’t matter if your potential partner is in a wheelchair or not, if the two of you are right for each other, things will just work.
With that being said, there are some obvious difficulties we need to address. Wheelchair access is the most important one as this is going to be something that you’re soon going to start noticing everywhere you go. It can be frustrating not being able to go to a place you want to go just because of that. But once you’ve explored enough options and created a routine, this will become something you don’t think about that much.
In most of our cities and towns, this isn’t an issue anymore and you can go to any restaurant, movie theater, bowling alley, or any other place without fear that it won’t have wheelchair access. It’s important to take things slow and get to know each other. You will soon be able to tell what kind of ideas are good and what the other person is comfortable with. You don’t need to rescue or save them from the realities of the world. Just be natural and casual and things will resolve themselves without any forced decisions.
We don’t want to overwhelm you but you should also consider the question of whether that person with mobility issues will be able to enter your own home. However, that’s something you don’t have to think about right now. As we already said, it’s important to take things one step at a time. And if the two of you click, the mobility issues will not be issues at all. Just consider what would happen if the situation was the other way around.