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20-May-2018 18:09

Whether I would date them or not would depend on how self-reliant and non-pitying they are.

The blind BF I had never made "an issue" of his blindness or used it as an excuse for not doing something he was supposed to do, and he never pitied himself.

On the flip~side, I dated a guy with MS ~ he thought the world "owed" him, and self~pity oozed from every pore. It's tragic that some people go through this life worried only about "appearances" ~ what a sad way to exist, IMO.

How could life be anything short of phenomenal with that person providing I have all my senses?I gravatite towards the "happy to be alive crowd" all the time. If you can't see them, then what do looks matter anyway!??Most have to develop awesome personalities to compensate, so you'll have the world by the a$$! I am visually impaired, so dating a man who is would probably not be a deal breaker to me.A great mind, sense of humor are a great start with me. When we lived in Dublin CA we had a neighbor who was blind and she got me back into doing hot water bath canning, and taught me how to read braille and use a braille typewriter.Now whenever I get on an elevator or use an ATM etc and I see the braille signs I think of her and how much richer my life is for having known her for ten years.. My cousin is blind and most people don't realize it until the white cane comes out.

How could life be anything short of phenomenal with that person providing I have all my senses?

I gravatite towards the "happy to be alive crowd" all the time. If you can't see them, then what do looks matter anyway!??

Most have to develop awesome personalities to compensate, so you'll have the world by the a$$! I am visually impaired, so dating a man who is would probably not be a deal breaker to me.

A great mind, sense of humor are a great start with me. When we lived in Dublin CA we had a neighbor who was blind and she got me back into doing hot water bath canning, and taught me how to read braille and use a braille typewriter.

Now whenever I get on an elevator or use an ATM etc and I see the braille signs I think of her and how much richer my life is for having known her for ten years.. My cousin is blind and most people don't realize it until the white cane comes out.

I do remember thinking that, in many ways, they could see things better than a lot of sighted people.