Female amputees for dating

Dating can often be a challenge for singles — especially online dating — but dating when you have a mental, physical, or emotional disability can make it that much more troublesome.It doesn’t matter if you’re a disabled single looking for a great date or a long-term relationship — you’ve got to find the right site first.

I had plenty of time to reflect and here are my thoughts: 17 years ago, on any given Saturday I could be found at Denver Children’s Hospital, In-Patient Oncology ward (typically in the Intensive Care Unit because my cancer experience was consistently catastrophic and I never had an immune system.) Since I…

Read More Fast forward to my other summer plans; the fateful (and unfortunately short) Argentina trip.

I came down to Buenos Aires, only with a place to stay (thanks to the endless love I have from my “adopted family”) and that’s about it…

I got in on Sunday, called my (actual) cousins who live close to the city when I got in.

We are Facebook friends and this particular post actually helped spark the idea of my Crazy Legs blog idea: Strange comments from people while running errands this week. I call it Crazy Legs; I have people submit their totally WTF or hilarious…

Read More I had the incredible opportunity to sit down with some friends with the Amputee Coalition after my experience in Rio and talk about the Games, and the evolution of disability for the future. Fast forward to “the call” and going home and going to team processing and going to Rio, yada yada yada…Paola Antonini France Costa, 21, from Belo Horizonte, continues to wow on the catwalk sporting a prosthetic leg and has earned more than 600,000 followers on Instagram with her stunning shots that see her swimming, laughing and skateboarding despite her disability.And user named jubourbon commented on one of her pictures: 'Paola... I'm going through a tough time for health reasons, and seeing your photos and videos, you inspire me to fight and always try to look on the bright side!If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.Coincidentally; this article has nothing to do with disability and everything to do with managing life as it comes. OR ALSO here is just the text if for whatever reason I didn’t…

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