Obviously I know dating is much more difficult for those of us with vision loss, but I can't help but feel disappointed that I haven't experienced any kind of romantic relationship by this point in my life. I don't know how to communicate with people with vision impairment.I have enough vision to know I'm just as attractive as most people (and more than many), I'm intelligent and fun to be around, and I try hard to make sure others are comfortable with my visual impairment because I know that can be off-putting. Sorry again don't know how to say it without offending.
Hello applebutter, It has been almost two years since you posted.
Just wanted to know if you have found the right friend you were looking for.
Because I never stopped to even think the struggle of some people. And I hope I'm not offending anyone on here when I say that.
I would like a woman in her twenties for a deep friendship. Hello, I'm 41 now and have had similar experience trying to find a relationship as most of the posters.
I do prefer that they have God in their lives though. Hi, I am new to this site - I have been dating a blind man for 6 weeks or so - I am 46 (divorced 4 grown up kids) he is 52 (single 3 grown up kids). My man also has memory problems as a result of meningitus about 12 years ago - when he also lost his sight.