Hi Rayna and Asdis.
It's not just you womem which are having a rough time finding a mate.
Some men with disanbilities are also having a hard time finding mates.
I know I am...I guess I'll remain single for the rest of my life,
because at 49, I'm too old to get a mate, and too set in my ways.
Marriages takes a lot of give snd take on both sides, not just on the
women's part.. I found that out in 2002., when I was in a
ewlationship. I am still single with no prospects of a marriage.
Being single, as well as being married, does have its rewards, but I
would say being married to the wrong person is a lot worse than being
single. I use my disability as a screening tool. If females want to
know me after I tell them I have a disability, I let them, if not I
just say to myself, "Next!" and move on...Life's too short to waste on
morons.who have "Intellitus," which is hardening of the grey matter;
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>Hi Asdis, Well, your message has temporarily propelled me out of lurkdom=2E=
>What you wrote struck a chord with me as it is what I am struggling with a=
>the moment - especially with my thirtieth birthday coming up in February=2E=
>I have never had any kind of intimate (emontional and/or physical)
>relationship with a man with the exception of a 11 month `one night stand'=
>several years ago which was just sex (and not much of that!)=2E And like
>yourself, the prospect of being alone for the rest of my life is not a