Wheelchair Dating – 5 Tips To Getting Love Right

Right guys and girls, let’s get down to business. Let’s talk about it – let’s talk about wheelchair dating.

It’s a very serious topic and one that should be taken seriously. People often use a sense of humour to get them out of a difficult situation such as those faced by disabled singles. People arrange blind dates and conveniently ‘forget’ to mention the fact that you are in a wheelchair, for example, and your date walks in and stops dead in their track when they see the metal chair that you just happen to be seated in. Awkward isn’t the right word for it… Embarrassing? Mortifying? Gut-wrenching? We’ve all been there – what word do you think fits best?

Use Your Sense Of Humour!

The sense of humour that you use to get yourself out of these difficult situations is going to be the one that you can use in your favour, especially with the clever and crazy world that is online or internet dating. You can find any kind of person that you want to now – you can meet people form all over the world; people that you would never have had the chance to bump into. The internet makes everyone much more accessible. This makes life easier for everyone but for disabled singles, things get even better still.

Get it out the way!

Wheelchair dating sites, such as WheelchairDatingClub.com can help get the awkward ‘Hi, I’m disabled!’ bit out of the way nice and early. Let’s face it, if you don’t know that you are going to be finding disabled singles on disabled dating sites you probably have some sort of disability yourself… right?

Don’t be afraid to experiment!

You don’t even need to stick with specific wheelchair dating sites either. Most ‘regular’ able-bodies dating sites now have a specific drop down section where you can state you have a disability if it applies to you. This can often make life a lot easier. For example, you won’t have to go through the whole awkward conversation as they will have already seen that you are disabled… if they have even read your profile at all. If they haven’t, they probably aren’t worth it anyway. Who wouldn’t read the profile page first?

Don’t be ashamed!

If you have a visible disability, such as living life in a wheelchair, this is something easily conveyed in your profile picture should you want to get it right there and out in the open. People can see that you are disabled. If that’s a deal-breaker for them, they just don’t message you. It’s as simple as that. It’s not rejection, as such, because you won’t ever need do know about it. Doesn’t that make life a little easier? If only all rejection could be as swift and as painless…

Accept it could be a deal-breaker…

The fact of the matter is this – disability WILL be a deal-breaker for some people. In much the same way as some guys don’t like brunettes, or some girls don’t like short men, some people don’t want or like to date disabled singles. That doesn’t make them a bad person, it just makes it a personal preference. It’s not a personal attack on you and the sooner you get that out of your head, the better!