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Should I date a blind person, what can I expect from being in the relationship with a blind person. Lets turn it around for a moment and consider it from my perspective. What can I, being blind, expect from being in a relationship with a sighted person.
Do you only date people who are also blind? Georgie is partially sighted following the diagnosis of glaucoma and uveitis aged three. She is completely blind in her left eye and has limited vision in her right eye — she describes it as tunnel vision.
Jump to navigation Skip to main content. DO speak directly to the individual. Do not speak through a companion.
He is wearing a long sleeve shirt. Her hand is on his heart and his hand is on top of hers. There are flowers flowing all over and around them.
I hope it solves a few mysteries for you sighted people out there. Smell is also important. But like sighted women, blind women appreciate a man making an effort with their looks.
Please refresh the page and retry. T he dating world is awash with difficult situations. Take Cornishman Stu, 42, as an example.
The bar was steamy and full of the scent of alcohol, perfume and sweat. I touched her lightly on the forearm and leant in. She paused.
Track This Blog By E-mail. When I lost my vision I was already single and unattached. I had been going out on dates and was very interested in marriage.
Being visually challenged prevents a person from making use of one of the most important senses. And yet despite the host of challenges, with practice of blindness skills and availability of facilities for the differently-abled, many blind people are able to lead a fulfilling life. So if you are thinking of asking someone nice who happens to be blind or are already dating a visually challenged person, here are a few things to keep in mind.