Dating site for single parents of handicapped children dating the older man
All I can say about my own approach to life in general, is that I found that I had to simply accept that I could not have the things that people without my challenges could have.It's really no different than being born with, or acquiring a personal handicap, or a set of characteristics that the people you would like to be with, don't care for.
You can hear them dedicating sappy love songs to one another on the radio (do people REALLY do that?As a single parent, dating may not always be at the forefront of your thoughts.Taking care of children, a home, and working is enough to keep anyone so busy that the thought of going out may be just too much.Once he's met him, the word won't be so scary."She's right.Nobody could meet David and find him frightening in any way. After all, he's David first and foremost, and he just happens to have autism. Then again, is that fair to the guys I might eventually date? Plus, if he's gotten to know me well enough to be introduced to my kids, he'll probably know about my blogs or at least have friended me on Facebook by then.
He's a fact of life and a part of my life and I wouldn't trade him, or his sister for the world. But I'm going to be dating a lot more soon (well, hopefully I am...) and I don't really know whether I should talk about my disabled kid or just talk about my kid and mention his disability at a later time.