Because I never stopped to even think the struggle of some people. And I hope I'm not offending anyone on here when I say that.I would like a woman in her twenties for a deep friendship. Hello, I'm 41 now and have had similar experience trying to find a relationship as most of the posters.Obviously I know dating is much more difficult for those of us with vision loss, but I can't help but feel disappointed that I haven't experienced any kind of romantic relationship by this point in my life. I don't know how to communicate with people with vision impairment.I have enough vision to know I'm just as attractive as most people (and more than many), I'm intelligent and fun to be around, and I try hard to make sure others are comfortable with my visual impairment because I know that can be off-putting. Sorry again don't know how to say it without offending.Someone needs this communication for the maintenance of tone, light flirtation and coquetry, and all these will never turn into a real dialogue.
It is possible to respond to a reply in a privat manner, but you can just fit into the general flow of messages. Usually you get a notifications that you got to a reply in the forum, usually delivered by e-mail. I AM LOOKING FOR A LONG TERM RELATIONSHIP WITH A WOMAN AND THAT RELATIONSHIP WOULD BE A TRUE LOVE BASED ON A DEEP FRIENDSHIP OF CARE AND RESPECT. One i get to be in a relationship with a beautiful person,two im a care giver by nature and i want to help people. My e-mail is [email protected] will later give my cell number to females and males so if the need to talk to someone about anything they can call.thanks you. The idea of being in a relationship with the visually impaired appeals to me for three reasons.If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.