Dating someone who is a quadrepelegic abledating support
I am so very sorry you have had to go through what you did.I really get that you feel that many of the issues we talk about on this site are only relevant to abled people. I don’t want to sound critical but I really think you are narrow-minded. But we are surprised that you believe that you will never have a sex partner. Being a trained dancer Tiff did a swan dive, hitting her head on the bottom.Just like every other website, you only talk about people who have what some of us do not: good looks, legs to walk on, triceps to lift themselves, ten fingers to type with. “I wanted to show off to the neighborhood boys,” Tiff says.
From now on, we will be more mindful of just how wide the world is and the variety of people who read our posts.We understand that you may have problems that others don’t and we are therefore not at all surprised that you believe that you will never have a sex partner.That must be a desperately isolating and lonely place to be and since it sounds like you have given up in advance, you really would be angry. Since you have written to PT, may we tentatively offer you a similar story, where the woman concerned courageously got her life back.Berit "Brit" Brogaard is a co-author of The Superhuman Mind.Your email is papably painful and I cannot imagine your feelings of loss and your anger following your tragic injury.