But don't just take our word for it, read what some of our ex-singles say in our Disabled Dating Success Stories.Here at Whispers4u, we pride ourselves on being one of the first, if not the first site of it's kind.But for many people, the thought of dating someone in a chair still seems daunting—is it rude to ask questions? “Just like able-bodied individuals, some people in wheelchairs are loving and interesting, while some are jerks.” Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, here are five ways to prep yourself before a date with someone who has a physical disability.Depending on your partner’s mobility, you may need to do things like drive, open the door, assist with a transfer, assemble the wheelchair, feed your date or sign the bill.“There are things that able-bodied people take for granted.A woman has to be prepared to work with her partner to overcome those challenges.” Rushing to help when it’s not needed can be insulting, so ask beforehand what your date will need.
TV and movies, both fictional and reality-based, are showing more people dating the wheelchair-bound, from the bevy of girlfriends and fans in the hit Paralympian documentary their dog to the park—even though Danny became a paraplegic after being thrown from a truck. “We live a very normal life.” Sounds great—in theory. D, psychologist at Cherry Creek Psychology in Denver, Colorado.Over the years many singles have connected through our unique service and have been married as a result.Our members say that meeting someone here is far more comfortable than on regular dating sites, as you don't have to start explaining any mobility issues or conditions you may have, to a prospective partner.If you do not have an existing account within Passions Network, then you can join Disabled Passions, and it will be 100% free.No upgrades will be required for you to have full access to Disabled Passions. This option opens up access to a significant number of active sites in the network, but again, it is not required.