People with cancer or amputated limbs don't list that as a profession, just seems odd to me. It's hard for everyone to find a great relationship, if it were easy no one would be single!Good lord man - the problem is not that you are a quadriplegic, but your anger.I think you would have a better chance of making friendships if your profile did not sound so bitter.I would suggest you re-writing your profile with verbiage that isn't so hostile/angry.Watch her video now It may seem daunting, but you really can find someone who’ll look past your wheelchair.Dating, unfortunately, is a necessary evil to get there (I always like to say my wheelchair is the ultimate “jerk filter” haha).In the video, she talks about how she was scared when she began dating, and felt incredibly intimidated, worried if boys would still like her. The take away from this video is: Don’t let the bad nuggets make you not want to try at all.
– Para woman talking about dating with a disability for the first time as a wheelchair-user – Couple (with an AB counterpart) talking about dating a guy in a wheelchair – Ex-Ms.
I will NEVER make the mistake of offering to meet a cripple again. It's a terrible thing to have gone through, I don't minimize it, but you're defeating yourself by being defensive in your profile.