To help you navigate even the most awkward moments, we've compiled our 50 best dating tips—some new, some old—given to us by experts, moms, women like you, and even Justin Timberlake.
February 14, 2006 Dating is hard enough in the best of times; after a spinal cord injury, insecurities about body image and doubts about one's desirability as a romantic partner can become a major concern.
This helped them get through the early awkward times as well as later when they decided to have children (they now have twin babies, a boy and a girl, from in vitro fertilization ).
Everyone has an opinion on dating, but not everyone has one when it comes to the wheelchair side of things.
She was excited for senior prom, and had already bought her dress and booked her hair and makeup appointments.
It was a Thursday night when she drove to the Bloomingdale Regional Public Library to return some books.
“Never lead with that,” Sonja says, and boy is she dead on right. Watch: Sonja D’s “How to Date Someone in a Wheelchair” Video #2: “Do not push us” and other important dating tips Our second video comes from Tiffany Post, an incredibly confident 30-something paraplegic from Staten Island, NY, and she has a video series called “Wheelchair Wednesdays” where she gives advice on fashion and dating.