Challenges of dating a man in a wheelchair
A good way to differentiate yourself from these people is to always flash a flirty smile so we know you're not another gawker. I've encountered some really offensive people who say they "like me," yet show they have no respect for me by making it very clear they think they're my romantic savior because of my "limited options." If you want to offend someone in a wheelchair real quick, this is how to do it.Many of us are just as picky as you because we have to be. When putting the moves on, a compliment can be one of the best pick-up lines.
If you're trying to hit on someone who uses a wheelchair, one of the easiest ways to get someone to soften to your soon-to-be-happening advances is to always smile first.
Tiffiny Carlson is a writer and quadriplegic from Minneapolis.
She has a C6 spinal cord injury from a diving accident when she was 14 years old. She's been the SCI Life columnist for New Mobility magaz...
He was late for a dinner party one stormy evening in February.
Marietta was among the dozen or so guests already seated at the table when he finally arrived, half frozen, snow still clinging to his hair.
I couldn’t take my eyes off this amazingly beautiful woman—and her wheelchair. The other half was saying, ‘What is wrong with you, moron? ’” He listened to the smarter half, walked over, and introduced himself.