Cerebral palsy and dating
Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code. Last week I wrote a column that didn’t get a chance to be published.The truth is that your partner wants to be treated just like everybody else — as a normal person. We can still do lots of things and we want to, we just may need a little extra help from time to time. …” I’ve found that this preparation really helps me to not be so easily offended or taken off guard.One of the best things a person with disabilities can do (not only for themselves but also for others, dating or not), is to have a response to the basic questions one hears all the time. I can’t be the only one who gets a little confused for a moment when asked, “Hey, what happened to you?
Remember, they like you and have an interest in you, regardless of your disability. You want to see a movie and have dinner, but you aren’t sure if the venues are accessible.Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.The opinions expressed in this column are not those of Hello, My name is Brittney and I am a columnist with Cerebral Palsy.While looking through my past columns, I was actually pretty shocked that I never really touched on this topic before, because it’s discussed pretty often online.The questions regarding dating and disabilities are what you would expect and, I think, something people with disabilities think about already: My first piece of advice is to remember that everyone goes through the awkward stages of a new relationship and getting to know someone, regardless of disabilities.