I’m hoping I can encourage you to follow your heart and own life path. I felt frustrated when guys looked at me and saw my wheelchair instead of my figure.I also felt annoyed at my cerebral palsy because when I felt attracted to someone, my spasms would react to my emotions. But all of this came from my perspective and not theirs.It means to make sure you’re happy when you look in the mirror.I also concentrated on having my own hobbies, friends, and life.Dating can be difficult for everyone at one time or another.
We'd been talking for about two weeks leading up to the date, mostly about our careers and where we were from, and I was intrigued by him because we're both from the same part of the country and it's a small town and that seemed interesting. Once he saw I was in a wheelchair, he immediately wouldn't look me in the eye for the rest of the night and we basically spent the whole date ignoring the elephant in the room.
A guy broke up with me after a few months simply because I couldn’t walk on the beach. You can find the right partner if that’s your goal. The more you go on, the better you are and the more you learn.