Dating a man in a wheelchair dating and rejection

Create Your Free Profile at Wheelchair Singles & Get Instant Access to Great Dating Partners in Your Area!Never Let Anything Hold you Back From Falling in Love! I’m Katelyn Devine Baker, wife to Aaron, organizational-guru, part-time fitness enthusiast, and connoisseur of all things home decor and cooking.

At the beginning of this year, I left my job in event planning and sales to work alongside my husband at our niche gym facility, Center of Restorative Exercise (C. I have attempted to write this blog three different times and re-reading each post sounds more like a long therapy session I had with myself than anything worthy of sharing.

At the start of our relationship, I remember not being able to relate with my friends on their relationship issues, and when I began explaining mine, the blank stares would begin about five words into what I was describing!

We know that you mean well, but if you accidently hit someone or something, the embarrassment is all on us.2. Have a good long think before you start dating someone who's in a wheelchair because of a genetic reason.

Turning round and saying that in the long run you can't be with someone with genetic defects but hey lets' still date and have 'fun', is not going to go down well. There's nothing more mortifying than having your wheels stuck in a door frame. Often people worry about things like: will they have to help us with personal care (the answer to that is no, if we need it we will have help in place already).

His energy radiated and it was a little overwhelming.

He was just so sure of himself, not in a self-absorbed way, but in pure sense of self.

He came back to school with a full brace down to his butt, but still able to walk.

However, with limited mobility, sitting in the hard plastic desks made quite a scene at the beginning of each class.

Once we started to get to know each other, I knew I had questions for him, but I didn’t know where to start! Aaron was going to meet my friends for the first time at a birthday party, and I was excited, but nervous.

Each day we spent time together, I observed something new and learned by what was presented to me. As time approached to our meeting, Aaron texted me that he was running late…

I did not understand the gravity of what he endured until eight years later, after I met Aaron, and began to experience what Aaron went through each day.

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