Say his nice, kind, funny would you give him a chance
- Yes the wheelchair does not matter32% (9)0% (0)29% (9)Vote
- Yes but I would have to get to know him and his disability43% (12)0% (0)39% (12)Vote
- No I just think a wheelchair would make it too hard25% (7)100% (3)32% (10)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
I voted B, just because I'm not as versed in cerebral palsy as I should be. But your pic is cute! You look like a sweet guy.
I remember when I was studying away with friends and met this guy that was in a wheelchair. I never pursued anything because we lived in different countries, but I was very attracted to him. I was young at the time and was kind of surprised how drawn I felt to him.
Now that I've been with my bf for some time and know what it feels like to be in love, I can honestly say that the whole "love is blind" mantra is true. When you're in love with someone…you love everything about them (even the things they do that annoy you and drive you crazy!). You love all of their flaws because that's what makes them, them. I know this sounds cheesy, but it's true. At the end of the day, when you lay your head down to sleep next to the person you love, it's about how they make you feel. It's about the compatibility and commitment you share…not about their flaws.
So that being said, you have nothing to worry about :)0