Before I met my wife who I’ve been married to for 10 years, I was with a guy for 5 and a half years and he and I are still friends.So yes, there are people who can see past disability.I am determined and focused on lending my voice to speak on issues, spread the word about all of these organizations, encourage others to get involved, and inspire as much as I can.My sweetest Bill, From the day I met you, I knew something special was about to unfold in my life.
In my opinion, someone doing so is a recipe for resentment and bad boundaries - neither of which is good for a relationship. They should care about you and your needs and wants, they should respect you and learn how to communicate with you, even if you have palsy voice or use a computer or whatever.My CP is more mild, as I can walk and I do not have continual shakes, just bad spasms, but both of the people who have been with me have told me that the severity of my CP could have been worse, it would not have changed their feelings for me.But here’s the thing…those people who see past disability? Because anyone who would get that hung up about it is not a person your friend should want to be dating.I didn't think of messaging him afterwards but I was curious because no one has ever approached me in that manner... But, I was walking past him and took a glimpse- he had one crutch (by his right side). But the way he walked was quite strange and he was limping. I feel like physically disabled people might be a bit sensitive when it comes to break-ups because to them, just finding one person to accept them is difficult.So I searched it up- turns out its mild cerebral palsy. (well he didn't need to but would be nice to know). And I'm thinking- if this guy is not suited for me I might just befriend him or break up with him.