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  • Amputee Singles 19 Jan 2015

    Amputee Singles

    When you’re an amputee, dating can be one of the single most difficult challenges in your life. You’ve decided that you don’t want to be alone any longer, but you’re not sure what’s the best approach. Do you chance spending your time and money on a regular dating website, where you won’t be able to initially mention your disability, or should you seek other options?
  • Dating for Disabled 19 Jan 2015

    Dating for Disabled

    A great new dating for disabled website turns the difficulties of dating into a positive experience for everyone who is disabled. Dating has its challenges, particularly when a person is disabled, and may not be able to get around town as easily as other people. A dating for disabled online site will help people to find friends or dates.
  • Wheelchair dating 17 Jan 2015

    Wheelchair dating

    Deciding that you want to spend your life with a special person can be a great goal in life. It’s said that people who are married or living with partners live far longer than single people who remain alone for their entire lives. But finding that special someone can be a difficult journey, particularly when you’re confined to a wheelchair.
  • Date disabled 16 Jan 2015

    Date disabled

    You’ve decided to find a person to spend some time with. Is your date disabled? For them, dating can be a bit of a challenge. Not only did they have to explain to you about their disability, but they had to find activities that both of you can enjoy as well. Likewise, if you have a date disabled, you’ll have to provide extra care and understanding when taking them out on dates. If you’ve decided to date a disabled person, but aren’t disabled yourself, that’s great. You’ve realized that personality and abilities are more important than looks.
  • Disabled friendship 15 Jan 2015

    Disabled friendship

    Being disabled can sometimes make it difficult to meet friends. Many times you’re confined to home for long lengths of time. When you need to go outside you’re too busy running errands or going to appointments. It can be difficult meeting new people when you have to rush from one place to another. It can be even harder talking to people in public, as some may stare at you, and you don’t know what to say to them. Sometimes you may meet interesting people, but not know what to say to them. Finding disabled friendship matches online can help ease some of the loneliness that you feel when you’re stuck at home a lot.
  • Deaf dating 15 Dec 2014

    Deaf dating

    Being deaf or hard of hearing presents it’s own set of challenges when dating. Should you mention in your online dating website ad that you’re deaf? You don’t want to shock anyone and make them feel uncomfortable. Plus, it feels a bit dishonest to not mention it in the beginning. But most deaf people are worried that they’ll be rejected, before the other person has a chance to get to know them better. After all, there are millions of the people in the world living with disabilities, and everyone wants the same things out of life.

  • Amputee Dating 12 Dec 2014

    Amputee Dating

    An amputee has additional challenges when dating. Being an amputee is a visible disability, and if you’ve tried dating through the regular channels, you may be a bit discouraged. How do you explain to someone on the telephone that there was no field to mention your disability in your profile? You don’t want to leave it until your date night, as you don’t want your date feeling uncomfortable or upset that you didn’t mention it earlier. In an ideal world, having a disability shouldn’t matter, and it doesn’t matter to you. That’s why you need to find someone to whom it doesn’t matter either.

  • Dating with Disabilities 12 Dec 2014

    Dating with Disabilities

    Dating with disabilities can be a challenge, but don’t let it bring you down. Chances are you’ve already tried the regular online dating websites, and found them difficult to navigate. When you filled out your online dating profile you realized that there was nowhere to check what type of disability you have. Online dating descriptions are pretty much all the same, and there’s really no way to make one unique to your particular situation.
  • Bipolar Dating 05 Dec 2014

    Bipolar Dating

    For the average person dating can be a challenge. Not only may you have to deal with conflicting personalities, and different emotions, but you’re trying to learn about the other person as well. For one or both members, bipolar disorder can be a challenge dealing with in life. Fortunately most people suffering from bipolar disorder take medications and counseling so they can manage their condition. Just like anyone else, they lead normal lives and sometimes they want to have relationships with others too. Bipolar dating is one of the challenges in a world where any mental deviation can be frowned upon. Bipolar disorder is also one of the most misunderstood psychiatric illnesses. How should someone with bipolar disorder start dating?

  • Switching to Disabled Personals 03 Dec 2014

    Switching to Disabled Personals

    For people deciding to enter the dating world, there are many challenges to overcome. People will get makeovers, and start on diet plans. Many will switch careers, thinking that someone will never date them if they work retail or food. People will find nice places to live and buy new wardrobes, in anticipation of finding someone special to date. When you’re disabled, all of these issues are amplified and more. Whether you have a visible or invisible disability, your fear of rejection is real. If people dismiss others by their hair color and weight, how will they ever see the real person you are, if all they see is your disability?

  • Multiple Sclerosis Dating 03 Dec 2014

    Multiple Sclerosis Dating

    Many people with multiple sclerosis don’t like telling other people they have this disease, even though it adversely affects their lives. Deciding to start dating again may make people cringe, knowing that they’ll have to eventually tell their potential suitor that they have MS. While most people carry on life normally, MS can cause a long list of potential symptoms, that may require some humor in dealing with.
  • Arthritis Dating 14 Nov 2014

    Arthritis Dating

    Having Arthritis affects your self-confidence. It may take you awhile to feel ready to think about relationships.
    Remember what does not kill us makes us stronger. Everything is about your attitude to your live. Start thinking positive and you'll discover that love IS out there. Don’t be afraid to mention you have arthritis. People on our site is a community of disabled people and all of them can understand you. Moreover there are thousands of members looking for someone like you, so be honest with them.
  • Dating for Down Syndrome 12 Nov 2014

    Dating for Down Syndrome

    Dating is a challenge for most people, but when you have Down syndrome, it can be extremely difficult finding that special someone. There’s nowhere to mention in an online dating profile, on most of the regular dating websites, about how you have Down Syndrome. You certainly don’t want to leave it to the last minute when meeting someone for the first time. People with Down syndrome may have disabilities to varying degrees – sometimes they’re readily apparent to people, such as speech impairments and mobility issues, and other times they may have hidden disabilities such as vision problems or deafness.
  • Chat disabled 08 Nov 2014

    Chat disabled

    Being chat disabled can have a major impact on a person’s life. In order to communicate with others, you must rely on using a computer, writing notes, or using sign language to communicate with others. That’s why it’s especially difficult for a chat disabled person to meet other people in a bar or out in public, as there’s no way to just walk up to someone and say hi. It’s especially difficult to start dating, or reenter the dating world after a breakup.