Difficulties dating a blind person
The future of our relationship for me was uncertain.In fact, while I was in the hospital receiving the unsuccessful treatment to salvage my sight, I told her to just leave me and to put me in a home.
A lot of users weighed in, answering questions in a series of posts that were open, honest, and pretty adorable.I did not want to be a burden and did not want to hold her back.It wasn't self pity; it was simply my thought process at the time. While still in the hospital, I began the enrollment process at the Center for the Visually Impaired in Atlanta.She not only liked the tone of his voice, but also recognized the character in it and noted the accent.She said he 'wasn't as hot' in 'The Karate Kid.' In person, she recognized so much just by listening.Editor's note: Guest blogger Kevin Dunn talks about losing his vision, how it affected his relationship with his wife, and the steps they had to take to stay together as a couple.
With Cupid's holiday just around the corner and his arrows poised to meet their target, I was graciously asked to offer my two cents on the subject of dating from a blind man's point of view.
With these newly acquired skills and confidence, I was starting to feel like a worthy partner.
I was getting back in the game and was ready to move forward.
User ktwounds, who is legally blind in the state of Texas (as he points out, the standards vary from state to state), notes that "voice and personality are the two major traits I 'look' for.
This may be a blunt way to put it but as far as figure is concerned — once you get to that point it's rather amazing to me that what feels the best to the touch (curves) isn't really what many find appealing to the eye.
My wife is an extremely beautiful woman, I know this because I talk to her and she talks to me."2. Britt Sprink, who taught two students with visual impairments noted that "the absolutely number one thing she would talk about was a boy's voice.