Dating with a Disability: Part 2
Second in a series. Read the first here.
It’s no mystery that romantic relationships take effort. They’re not always full of sunshine and flowers. They require good communication, patience, trust, and understanding. That’s not easy even for the regular able-bodied couple. If you or your partner happens to have a disability, this can bring about an entirely different set of difficulties. In this two-part series, I am sharing my experiences about dating with a disability. Last week, I went into detail about the hardships of navigating online dating.
In today’s column, I will talk about my relationship with my boyfriend, Will, and the challenges that we’ve faced and overcome together.
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