I'm not saying you should get out a microscope and examine each and every move you and your partner make, but you should ask yourself the following questions: 1.Would you still be interested in this person if the status of his/her sight changed?OK, If Disabled World, or another website, was to create a dating service for the blind what requirements would be needed?
I know it comes down to meeting the right person in the right circumstances, but maybe I'm doing something wrong that's kept it from happening so far? What has your experience with dating and relationships been? hello is my pleasure to write you after viewing your your post which really interest me to have communication with you,my email is ([email protected])i will be waiting to hear from you,have a blessed day. Hi, I am sighted male looking for blind female friend.
However, we can make this less likely by possessing self-confidence and good blindness skills.
For example, I won't be as likely to get into a relationship of dependency on a sighted person if I have access to readers, have good Braille and cane travel skills, and know the city bus schedule like the back of my hand.
Is he with me because he has low self esteem and doesn't think he can get a sighted person?
Am I with him because it's nice to have someone to drive me places when I'm in a hurry or read the paper when Newsline® breaks down?