Or maybe I’m just bitter because I’m still single and no-one seems to look past the disability! ’ It’s that time of the year when people can patronise disabled people by oooo-ing and ahhh-ing about them on television and saying how cute they look. Safe in the knowledge that they would never even consider dating them in real life.This practically guarantees similar interests of the blind date participants.Here we list the largest national sites where you can filter the events by city so that you know exactly what's taking place close to you in 2015 and check availability right there. The first impression counts: stay true to yourself when choosing your outfit. Although you will be nervous, try to stay calm, look your partners into his/her eyes and smile. Don’t think about what to say beforehand or even memorise a certain text. You might need several speed dates/blind dates and will surely gain experience that will help you next time.Let’s be honest, none of us want to be left on the shelf. I mean the one in the big dating supermarket of life.
Nowadays there are more speed dates, running dinners and diverse specials like blind date pub crawls, single wine tasting or single events with a sporty flavour.Using online dating sites can be a great way to meet someone.But if you have a disability, there’s a dilemma that comes with it – should you tell them about your disability upfront?But if you’re disabled, online dating comes with added issues – aside from those unwanted nude pictures being automatically uploaded to your cloud where your niece or nephew accidentally view them after picking up your unattended i Pad (not that this ever happens).Should or shouldn’t make it clear on your profile, or tell your date, that you have a disability?