Dating a guy in a wheelchair
It's a bonus when you don't have to take it off later - happy days!Last week a woman said something to me that stopped me in my tracks. Let go of your expectations, forget about perfection and BE HAPPY. Thinking about our habits, our behaviours, our moral beliefs, our past, our future......I don't know about you but I'm thinking.
The problem is many are having sex but few are having sex that really creates a strong bond and connection, it turns more and more into the physical act of pleasure and we are living drained and unfulfilled from the experiences. However for him, it was also a triumph, a much bigger, much more overpowering triumph. You're not on earth because you're closer to death, but you're not quite in heaven either because you're still alive. The dating scene can be daunting for any single woman, but for a single woman dealing with breast cancer, it can be downright intimidating. We are turning into a society where technology is taking over our lives - men are on the Xbox and messing around with their gadgets, and us ladies are watching our favourite soaps.I totally get it - log fire, glass of wine and no make-up on is great!
It had occurred within the context of a conversation we were having about the death of my husband last year when she asked me how I was coping. It was then she said, For the next week or so he'd randomly be waiting for me outside of work or at the station, watching from a distance so he could see me but I couldn't see him. When you married your spouse, the idea was for better for worse, in sickness and in health, til death us do part and yet here you are, not dead and facing the prospect of divorce.As I type this it's a sickening thought, basically being stalked by your own boyfriend because he can't even trust you to get home on your own. The vows are for better for worse, but overcoming when your partner has cheated is a very difficult thing to do, even worse when the cheater does not want to be in the marriage.