How do I deal with dating after spinal cord injury (SCI)? Who would want to date someone in a wheelchair? How will I ever find someone who will want to be with me? Will I ever feel attractive again?

Dating after Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)

Those are among some of the most common questions and worries for people with spinal cord injuries. You may feel as though part of your identity and sexuality were taken away. However, for those who make the transition to their new life with a positive attitude, meeting and dating new people can be uplifting, even healing.

The link block below will lead you to the page at Hollister where the article lists many valuable ideas that help us build up confidence and present ourselves well during dating. Moreover, don’t miss the roundtable about disability, dating, sex and relationships if you would like to read more about the topic.

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