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Dating a guy with spina bifida

This married, mother of two was born missing both her arms.She uses her feet to do pretty much everything from baking, driving around her kids and writing. As a pre-teen, I watched a deaf couple my parents knew end their marriage of 20-plus years.

Throwing her water at him, she rolled her way out of that bar in her wheelchair, and refused to call him back for two weeks.

She forgave him, of course, and they have since gotten married but it just goes to show – don’t take offence right off the bat as sometimes, it’s just a misunderstanding.

) – I’m chronically anemic (I have been my entire life), which goes hand in hand with folate deficiency (which I didn’t know at the time).

– I ate pretty much nothing but baked potatoes and Panera soup during my first trimester (but I’m gonna go ahead and blame the baby on this one. Being a mother has always been of utmost importance to me.

She has spina bifida, and at times, it really wasn’t nice for her.

It was more an awkward, ‘I don’t know how to ask this question” at the time for him, but for her, after a bad week with three bad blind dates, she’d had enough and snapped.” It doesn’t matter what your disability is, to a certain degree, you will always be able to have sex.A friend of mine was once asked if his penis still worked because he had been amputated from the knee down on both limbs.If you are disabled, looking for love in a world of ‘regular’ abled people, there are a few things you’ll need to know.One thing in particular is the amount of times you will get asked a very simple question – “Can you still have sex?You will need to remember to take your time with disabled dating, and remember that you are going to need to adjust to this new person in your life, as well as them accommodating you too.It may take a little longer for them, bearing in mind your disability and all, but with a bit of patience and a positive attitude, you could be well on your way to finding love in no time at all.But particularly October because the push for “awareness” and “prevention” is so high) is the scores of mothers on our SB support groups who admit to feeling haunted: “Could I have prevented this? “Was it my fault because I waited to take prenatals once I found out I was pregnant, instead of before?” My friend Mary Evelyn echoes this, and she wrote a post this morning about folic acid and guilt that ought to be mandatory reading for every newly-diagnosed parent.Not so difficult to master dating with a disability!Although Annae Jones' life may sound ordinary, it is far from it.

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