Pathways to a Deeper Relationship

Body, mind and sexual identities express themselves in daily communications. Inner temptations to conceal one or more authentic identities has contributed to people feeling confined, less important and even invisible. The three prolonged identities can produce greater challenges for people with physical disabilities. Importance of full acceptance in the development of deeper relationships This can happen whether you are born with physical disabilities... [Read More...]

Disabilty Sexuality

Today’s society has the preconception that people with disabilities cannot have intimate relationships. Fact is, disabled sex can be both a healthy and rewarding experiencefor those living with a disability.  Read More →

First Date Tips for Disability Dating

Disability dating for the first time may have you a little worried.  Remember your date has the same feelings.  Besides the normal first date anxieties the person with the disability has additional worries.  The person with the disability wants you to see them as a whole person and look beyond their disability to see what a wonderful person they are. Here are 5 tips for you to think about before going out on your date. Plan the date together. ... [Read More...]

Would You Date Someone With a Disability?

Disability dating may not be something that you have thought about, but take a minute and think about how disability dating makes you feel. Do you have fears about disability dating? Would disability dating have you worried what your family and friends would say? Does disability dating make you wonder if you can have an intimate relationship? These are a few common questions that come up when people think about disability dating.  Being afraid comes... [Read More...]

Disability No Obstacle for True Love

   He’s handsome, intelligent, honest and makes you laugh. He is disabled and in a wheel chair. Initially she may see the disability over the positive qualities and may find it difficult to relate or understand his world. Though, if two people genuinely care for one another and have a mature, sincere and mutual commitment, the challenge of a disability can be squarely faced. Just ask Sex Therapist Karen Brash McGreer. Karen Brash and Greg McGreer... [Read More...]

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