Dating guy small hands
He has stunted growth (he's 5'4, she is 5'9) small hands (her hands engulf his) and while his lower extremities are fine, he can't use his arms/hands much at all.
He can't reach things that are above his chest and depending on the food needs help having it cut up and lots of other misc things.
She told me he's a nice guy but his disability really bothers her and when he asked her on a date she kind of dodged answering him and wanted to think about it.
He can't reach things that are above his chest and depending on the food needs help having it cut up and lots of other misc things. Pesonally I see no reason for a pity date as JJS is suggesting just to make someone feel good. If I am not interested, that's it, I'm not interested.
By all means, if you think you cannot deal with a major disability that is not going to go away, don't give them false hope by going out with them just because you pity them.
Depends on how the disabled individual accepts their limitations.
(In other words, I treat them like my other guy friends).
With a girlfriend or someone whom I am interested in, I wouldn’t do that.
I think we’d all agree on the fact that friendships work a lot better when there is no chance of sex occurring.Guys like to say For some, it’s simply a coping mechanism that masks an inability to stay focused on one girl.It’s not that they are actually busy; they just aren’t interested.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.Reason I ask is an acquaintance of mine has been asked out by a disabled man that has a decent job in an office and lives on his own, however he does have a disability.