49, male, Single
Stow-Cum-Quy, United Kingdom
I'm a 41yr Ex soldier, have been disabled in some form for 8 yrs, though for the 8 months I have been confined to a power chair. I am also deaf in bo
44, male, Single
Potomac, United States
I'm a single disabled veterinarian. I became disabled in 2009 with a blood clotting disorder, and degenerative disc disease. I still love being around animals but since I got my first set of clots the USDA and my doctor's gave me the bad news that I wouldn't be able to work with animals ever again for liability issues. Now that I have a lot of free time I would like to find my Goddess and settle down.
27, male, Single
My name is abdulmajed I'm handsome and I'm looking for a girl to marry and care of the disabled and music.
69, male, Single
i am a 60 yo italian gentleman living in rome, the capital. after decades of hard work i have "cut" in 2005 and since then i've been livin as a rentier (but not a tycoon!). i like "a slow life", without stress as i had too much stress before. i appreciate the simple little good things which life offers and dislike arrogant, idiot luxury. even if i'm well-off i have an "understatement life". years ago sometimes i was a volunteer for disabled people in an organization created in a rehab hospital. i like music, reading, movies, tv, being with friends.
31, female, Single
Santa Cruz, United States
Imagine being an extreme athlete and having it all come to an end in an instant. I was unable to do my job and existed on ice packs for months. My string of injuries began with an auto accident in my early 30s. I suffered a cervical herniated disc and rupture requiring surgery. I now have a double fusion and plate installed in my neck. I'm officially the bionic woman (lol). I don't set off airport alarms so that's kind of a bummer for all this hardware. Being a fit girl, I recovered fairly quickly from my first injury. Within 6-months I was back to somewhat active, but not fully resuming anything extreme. Moving forward to the 90s, I had to have colon surgery. This was very scary and again meant more time off to recover physically. It would take another book to write this story. Being healthy has allowed me to recover from surgeries quicker and resume somewhat normal activities. Year 2003 brought another auto accident and more neck injury. I was so frustrated at this point. People really need to stay off my rear end from now on. Early onset cervical dystonia or torticollis was diagnosed due to the trauma. My surgeon wrote down permanently disabled in my records. He said I required full reconstructive cervical surgery and put me off work. I was filled with feelings of fear, failure, loss, desperation, and humbled by this horrible thing I had no control over.I thought to myself: who was I, what can I do, what would I do? I was no longer the athlete I used to be all my life. This was hard to accept and many days I lost hope. I remember praying to God each night to please let me wake up and be better. It seemed to never happen. This became my time of soul-searching. I needed a whole new attitude about my physical condition. I was determined to get better, avoid surgery, utilize my knowledge to help myself, and I did. I began a course of self physical therapy starting with ice and rest. I needed that and more importantly finally accepted that.