Special Bridge is a private dating site and online social community designed to help meet the social and emotional needs of its members. Through a supportive and friendly environment, people of all ability levels can make new friends in a fun, private, and welcoming setting. Whether you want to find a romantic relationship or a simple lasting friendship, Special Bridge can help its members find their perfect matches. When you sign up for Special Bridge, you will feel welcomed and supported by a private community that truly understands how difficult it can be to meet new people with similar disabilities. Find other people with similar interests, disabilities or even someone in your local area. We do not allow for fake profiles.
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Dating is tough if this is news to you, consider yourself truly lucky. The process of meeting someone, getting to know them, and connecting is enough to leave anyone a bit jaded. Seemingly minor things can require major planning and preparation when organizing a date, not to mention the social constraints of being a person with a disability more on that later. First, a disclaimer: I have, however, been on many, many dates, and these experiences have given me unique insight into the dating world that a something inhabits. Physical limitations are a natural part of life for a disabled person; we encounter them every day, and dating is no different.
You Think Online Dating Is Bad, Try Doing It In A Wheelchair
First, you have to get over your own insecurities about image and ability. Then, you have to find someone you are attracted to who is also attracted to you. Lastly, you have to make sure you are both on the same page as far as what direction the attraction is heading — one night stand or potential lifetime partner? In not-so-distant history, teens would get excited about going to the mall and adults about heading to the bar to pick up a date.
Kae Tran, who walks with a cane due to a rare form of muscular dystrophy, says the stigma of having a physical disability affects her dating life. Kae Tran, like thousands of other Canadians, experiences this complexity first-hand. Tran lives with a rare form of muscular dystrophy, a degenerative disability that weakens her physical strength year after year. Her muscle lethargy started when she was 14, she was diagnosed at 17 and at 28 she walks with a cane and could foreseeably wake up one morning unable to lift her arms above her head. Simple tasks like getting off a chair are challenging, so even picking a date spot is complicated.