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Woman C: Because of my specific disability, I have to be almost hyperaware of my physical body and specifically my heart rate at all times.

Her legs were small compared to the rest of her body. “I was used to suddenly becoming invisible to someone I was interested in.

Marietta seemed to know that it was a pivotal moment. Most men can’t see past the chair.” Stephen froze, and for a moment it looked as if he might be like “most men” and turn away.

I eventually tried making it obvious in my profile picture.

On tonight’s all new episode of ABC’s Speechless, the entire Di Meo family helps JJ romance a girl at school. By: Erin Hawley Finding a partner can be difficult for anyone, but for people with disabilities, there are extra barriers in place.

He was late for a dinner party one stormy evening in February.

Marietta was among the dozen or so guests already seated at the table when he finally arrived, half frozen, snow still clinging to his hair.Patrick Strudwick: The charity Attitude is Everything gives a mixed report on provision for disabled people at music venues is mixed, but the future sounds positive Epic account of stock trading excess starring Leonardo Di Caprio under fire for mocking cerebral palsy Survey respondents say staff attitudes and poor access increasingly push them to shop online The world of disability and dating is being examined in new series The Undateables.But what are some of the dating complexities that disabled people face, asks Damon Rose.“I couldn’t tell you who else was in the room that night,” Stephen said like a bashful teenager, years later.“She smiled at me, and the chill I’d carried in with me instantly vanished.” They exchanged flirtatious glances all through dinner, seated too far apart for actual conversation. Woman B: I am paraplegic due to a spinal cord injury. I've had depression on and off since I was 7, and anorexia for the last two years. How has your disability affected your relationship with your body, for better or for worse?

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