All success stories on JDate are special. Mine, although a little different, has the same happy ending. It is truly amazing how things work out, and that meeting someone online can lead to “happily ever after.”
I met Kim on January 4, 2012, and we are getting married on July 6, 2014! We couldn’t be happier!
As someone living with cerebral palsy, I must walk with a cane for balance and strength – dating was never easy. Meeting someone the old fashioned way was not working. On first impression, people could not see past the canes and the disability. JDate gave me the opportunity to show people who I am, before seeing my disability. It took me a long time to be comfortable enough to tell my potential dates about my disability.
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Does anyone find being connected constantly useful? Does it ease the stress in your life or add to it? Both, I think. I often contemplate if I ought to be more connected…you know, spending 6 hours of my day checking Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, email, and posting my daily activities every four minutes. Continue reading “Social Media Struggles”
Does anyone really like the thought of moving? Moving brings many thoughts to mind, some positive, others negative: Continue reading “Moving Woes”
I never knew how fun cycling could be! It certainly makes one feel much younger and it makes exercise enjoyable. With the warmer weather it certainly makes cycling a lot more fun. Continue reading “Bicycling Tips and Trips”
Is the social stigma which forced Roosevelt to hide his disability still among us after ninety years?
Hugh Gregory Gallagher, author of FDR’s Splendid Deception tells us that in 1921, Franklin Delano Roosevelt contracted polio at the age of 39. Continue reading “Disability Discrimination: a Thing of the Past?”