Dating for blind people

25-Jan-2018 13:01 by 9 Comments

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(He’s still like that to this day.) Joe and I met again one year later when we were both attending the Illinois School for the Visually Impaired in Jacksonville, Illinois, roughly 30 miles outside Springfield.It was a residential school, and we only went home every couple of weeks.

I usually get common questions like, “How do you travel? ” But dating comes up, too, and more often than you might think.

To be perfectly honest, with all the time that’s gone by, I don’t remember every little detail about that morning. The funny thing about it is that Joe remembers it like it happened just yesterday.

We talked about that weekend just a few days ago, actually, and hearing Joe talk about it was kind of like someone telling me a story about how they met someone for the first time. I didn’t recall a lot of our first meeting, so listening to Joe tell the story was like reliving it all over again. I think that’s why I liked being around him so much and I made more of an effort to come out of my shell and talk with him.

Her excuse was that she had a crazy ex that was stalking her, so she used her sister’s photo and name. I figured it must of been important but as we walked in and waited for the table she kept talking about stupid crap clearly on the phone with a BFF about nonsense.

I told her I wasn’t feeling well and that I was just going to get my food in a box to go and I’d eat it later if I felt better. ’ You would think this person hadn’t eaten in a week, as she proceeded to devour my dinner as well. Now she’s calling me a liar in the parking lot of the bar I frequent, and my work buddies are starting to roll in. I said to hell with this crap, got in my car, and drove the hell home.” “I’ve been on two blind dates.

I’m sometimes asked if I would prefer to date a sighted person or a blind person, or how blindness affects going on dates.

It does affect it, but the relationships I’ve had are more affected by who the person is rather than whether they’re sighted or blind. I’ve experienced both, and I’ve learned something from each.

I freak out, ask him what he is doing, and he says ‘What does it look like? I was kind of at a loss at this point, and I think all I did was say something about how he needs to leave – he removes his hand from inside his pants (did I mention he was wearing sweat pants? I never heard from him OR the woman who introduced me to him again.” “I went on a blind date with this guy who seemed really sweet. The food was great, the atmosphere was fantastic but at the end of the main course, he whipped out his phone and started showing me pictures he’d taken of his d—.

Like different angles, lighting, dynamic effects I rode with him to the restaurant, so I had to sit next to him on the ride home and fight the urge to fling the door open and tuck ‘n roll.” “First, he insists on opening doors for me.

Finally about 20 minutes into it I quietly stand up, take out of my wallet and walk out without saying a word.

As I’m walking out I see Lisa’s eyes widen to the size of dinner plates, her mouth open wide and her face turning red in embarrassment (all of the surrounding tables had seen what transpired and were whispering to themselves about it).

Dating a blind person does create a mutual understanding of day-to-day life and struggles, and you know with absolute certainty that the person is seeing you for you.