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Then again, your “disabled” date, even a quadriplegic, may be able to do all of that—it’s case-by-case, so keeping an open, team-player attitude is key.
“Certain people can’t deal with dating a guy in a wheelchair,” says Matt Castelluccio of Monroe, New York, whose spinal cord was severed in a motorcycle accident.
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ainstream America has recently caught on to just how “normal” it is to date someone in a wheelchair. First, let’s look at the big picture: “Dating someone in a wheelchair is not that different from dating an able-bodied person,” says Maximillian Wachtel, Ph.
TV and movies, both fictional and reality-based, are showing more people dating the wheelchair-bound, from the bevy of girlfriends and fans in the hit Paralympian documentary their dog to the park—even though Danny became a paraplegic after being thrown from a truck. “We live a very normal life.” Sounds great—in theory. D, psychologist at Cherry Creek Psychology in Denver, Colorado.
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