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Dating With Disabilities – Supersmart Conversation

First  – Thank you Thank you Thank you to Dennis for hanging out here and sharing his amazing stories with everyone. I’ve been reading (RSS y’all) and loving them.

And resting and trying to take care of myself. Doing what I need to do and shit.

I just wanted to poke my head in to share this amazing series I’ve been reading over at The Daily Dish:

Dating With Disabilities

I just read this bit and realized I had to get it together enough to share:

He’s always taken his for granted. I can’t – I’m not healthy, and I never will be. Managing my body and working around its limits consumes a lot of time, and that impacts him too. He has admitted it is a lot harder to live with than he ever imagined. I wonder if others have better imaginations – and if his was better, would he have me?

Happy reading.


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  1. Dennis Hong says:

    No problem. Glad to help out!

    And I hope you don’t mind me pitching my new site…. ;-)

  2. Dazediva says:

    Big hugs to you Simone ! Rest up, take some time to yourself, and I’ll give you a real life hug when I’m in NY this summer :)
    xx
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  3. Paul Kim says:

    It seems that everybody especially women but also men only want sex, sex, sex. Whether it is nsa, fwb, quickies, one-night stands, etc. They don’t want a feal meaningful relationship that doesn’t involve sex. I am not opposed to sex, but want it after getting to know a woman for a long time, long-term and getting married. But, all or most only want sex, no true love or anything.