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Email Address:. Something strange happened to me today, so usual that it made me question my reality. How do people really see me? Do they see my disability dog and tripod walker before they see me? Or was it the other way round? Importantly does disability act as some kind of deterrent, or are people more opened -minded that I thought they were?
So I began to look for answers, I was surprised by what I found. You must be wondering what was the spectacular event that caused such a flurry of introspection? There was not enough room in the car for five female backsides plus dog and besides, it would have been too noisy for her. I can manage short distances without one, and knew my awesome best friend would present a willing arm when needed. It had taken eight years of constant badgering to get me to consider it, so I knew I owned them something.
Yet there was not much to tell. After all as well as being disabled I was also middle aged and, to be honest, kind of regretting joining. The silence in responses was deafening and not exactly self esteem building. One man caught my eye, and stopped to chat while another joked with me at the bar.
A third even brushed my arm as he complimented my dress and offered to buy me a drink. What the heck? I was used to people stopping to talk about my canine partner, but hey this was new! Am I the next mature Naomi Campbell look-alike parhaps? Do I need to even answer that one? I am just a middle aged woman, with a smiley face, who likes to keep trim and enjoys 60s dresses.
So what on earth happened that night? Did my friends employ them to ease my battered self esteem I have great friends so its possible or was my disability dog and tripod stick the turn off? I decided to delve a little deeper. There are about Tim Sykes, a dyspraxia sufferer, believes that the majority of disabled people are stereotyped, lumped together under the umbrella of disability .
He too tried Internet dating several times and the first time hid his disability until the time felt right, Dishonest I hear you say? Any more dishonest parhaps that posting up old photos, or photos taken before the spare tyre took residence, or the hair and head parted company?
We all do it right? Chose our best photos? The ones taken in soft lighting, black and white, or at the right angle to downgrade any lumps, bumps or wobbly bits that we are less proud of?
I am 48 years old have been divorced for 20 years. I am very out of touch with the worldly dating scene. By the way do you know a good Christian site? So I am leaving my email. I am protestant, Christian. I have mental disability, Shizophrenia and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. I take meds and keep stable with that. Please look at my website for my full story. I think people with disabilities get a bum rap from most people. I pray you all find good partners.
On secular sites I have found that people avoid you because you are open about your faith and because you have a disability. On disability sites you are avoided for just being a Christian And on Christian sites, its even more depressing, I have had suggestions that I need healing, prayer.
And I have found for the most part that My sisters in Christ are essentially just as rude in their responses, but couch it in Christian language …. So if you are looking for 40ish guy who uses a wheelchair, Loves Jesus and is slightly emotionally damaged … Get In Touch! My brother is a Christian.
He also has schizophrenia and is on medication. He has been looking for a Christian girl to date. He lives in western new york. We just put some of his Christian songs on itunes. Please let me know how to get in contact with people on this site. To all with a disability interested in dating: I understand all your pain.
I have felt alone for a very long time with my disability. You survive something that others do not and you are left with scars and deal with the aftermath that comes. I even lost my husband through it all. I now find myself alone and having a real problem with persons that are Normal. I find myself without the strength that I once had of burning the candle. I am at a lost with these christians that say they would love someone no matter what the problem.
I am a year-old Christian man with a physical disability. I am certainly open to dating a woman with a disability, as long as she shares my faith Christian and theologically Reformed ,. My problem is, because of my disability, I am unable to drive and have faced difficulty in finding and keeping a job that would allow me to support a wife and family. The churches where I have been a member have taught that it is the responsibility of a husband to support his wife and children.
I agree with this teaching, but what is a man in my situation to do? The leaders of my church are advising me not to even initiate a courtship with any woman until I can provide for her. What does anyone else think? Disabled should not mean the end of our life. Lord willing one day I hope and pray that someone will accept us wheelchairs and all.
We are all people with potential. Blessings and best wishes to all. I am a young still active 67yo romantic, loving man. I would like to hear back from a woman that would like to get to know a man with a Warm, Passionate, Giving Spirit and Heart. I am a 26 year-old Christian lady with no disability. Throughout my life, I am certainly open to dating a man with a disability, as long as he shares my faith and love me too.
I am a 34yr old man with alot of disk damage in my back. IT is hard for me to walk. But life goes on L. I have a 13yr old son who is the center of my life. I would love to talk an be friends r more with someone. When u r disable people look at u like ur not a whole person. I came here for support and advice, any help or suggestions will be appreciated!
Wow, I can relate so much to everything that has been said on here. I thought I was the only one with feelings of being different and the struggles with online dating. I can relate to what you said Amanda about sin. I have done online datingfor over a year and have experienced what i call Spiritual Abuse by non-disabled christians who use the scriptures to in a flipant way to sort of preach to us. That hurts because God knows my heart and knows I have faith in him and love.
Does anyone know of a actual Christian dating specifically for the disabled? Your comments are really appreciated! God Bless!!!!! Looking for a christian believing girl. I am almost 23 years old, have a cheimical imbalance. I enjoy skateboarding, music, Sci-fi books and movies, lego collecting. I like to stay active and on the go. I am flexible about interests but believe in commitment and quiet times togather and having fun and a good sense of humor.
Maybe a family someday. However, at this time I am looking to meet someone who wants one on one commitment and a Christ centered relationship. I am Christian Lady staying with my parents working in NGO My parents are in search of suitable spouse to me for marriage. Hoping Lord will guide us. I am little disable but is perfectly normal leading a life as Lord wants to lead is in search of suitable Christian spouse. I am 4 feet 2 inches. Hi, Justin Stanley. I have a chemical imbalance actually two called Asperger Syndrome mild autism and anxiety.
I like sci-fiction books and movies, and I like keeping active. I also live on my own with some support, and have a very loving and supportive family. I am single. Chelsea Jean Lord. Hi, Angela. I am social, however due to the nature of my challenges having trouble keeping up with friends.
Hi, Claire. I am usually a glass is half-full person too. Despite mild autism and anxiety, I am usually happy. I am very social, however due to the nature of autism I am having difficulty keeping up with friends. I am 27 years old. Despite mild autism I live on my with support, just graduated from college NorQuest college with a major in Aboriginal Community Support Worker, a minor in Health Care Aide and another minor in English.
I also have a loving, supportive and caring family and other connections or supports. I am from Pakistan. I am seeking a true love in Christian disable dating women. But still not find. Bizzoco explains they offer a service called ID Confirmation, which is used to verify the identity of its users through various digital mediums. This is helpful so no one is blindsided or hurt during the getting-to-know-you process.
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The attraction is based on mutual interests and commonality, not on physical appearance which can make for a higher success rate than other sites. Read our eHarmony Review. What can help is to get really clear on how much time, money and energy you are willing to invest. Here, a guide to figuring out the right spot for your heart and hopes:. This means choosing a site that has a vast amount of members and one that is well-known.
But also, your budget. The thing is not everyone has a flexible income. This gives you a sense of what the experience is like, and if it is the right route for your lifestyle. So, you just broke up with someone? Sometimes we miss that feeling of being in love, having a support system and someone to snuggle with on the couch. Ever get so frustrated with technology you, um want to throw your computer or phone across the floor?