Dating tips for visually impaired


25-Sep-2017 17:29

in short, I look back on that period of my life as one of the best! Eventually, though, it became clear that we were looking for different things. And until I read your post and googled the topic I wasnt aware the 70% were unemployed. I work with disabled skiers and other athletes so that has never been an issue with me.She had a Seeing Eye dog that made her very mobile. I dreamed of living in the country while it would be necessary for her to live where public transportation was available. Same with disabled engineers, physicians and others I know.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I just want to see what you think of a guy who is blind or visually impaired. Let's assume they have a full time job, and are not unemployed like 70% of blind people (that's over 13 million people).

Are you happy to be alive, or do ya feel the world owes you? Look on the bright side, you will corner the market on ugly women.I dated a guy when I was in my 20s who was about 80% blind due to macular degeneration.He was employed full-time, played in a band on weekends and could do everything that a sighted person could do except drive.We dated a little over 2 years and the reason we broke up had nothing to do with his lack of sight.

I have known a few men over the years who had some sort of disability.

Whether I would date them or not would depend on how self-reliant and non-pitying they are.