Whispers4has been helping disabled singles find love online since 2002.We are a social disabled dating community for Differently Abled women and men to find love, friendship and support in a safe online dating environment.Things like common interest groups, social sites, and dating sites can help you meet people with similar interests.Online dating may be a way to get to know someone and feel comfortable with them before meeting in person.However, I knew I wanted to find “the one.” I was determined to put myself out there to find him.Things like confidence, strength, and trust had to be redefined in me in order to move forward with dating.
Our members say that meeting someone here is far more comfortable than on regular dating sites, as you don't have to start explaining any mobility issues or conditions you may have, to a prospective partner.If only finding "the one" was as easy as meeting someone and falling in love. As a person living with multiple sclerosis (MS), I often think about that and so much more when dating. As the months went by, I began to regain much of what was difficult. Everyone’s MS is different, but my days consisted of "invisible issues" as well as constant pain and fatigue.However, to get from point A to B, you have to go through this thing called dating. These are things that can become awkwardly obvious and can play with your mind, especially when dating.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.The symptoms of multiple slcerosis makes life very difficult and I was wondering if there are others out there who suffer too.Thousands of handicapped singles login daily to share photos, chat live with webcams, and search 1000's of fellow disabled singles from across the USA, UK and the rest of the world.- State of the art website features - Webcams, Audio and Video Profiles!I knew it’s what I wanted, and I wasn't going to let my MS stand in the way.There are a lot of different ways to meet people nowadays.They would just write me prescriptions for problems I didn't have and it wasnt any better when I got taken to the ER they wrote it off as a headache because they too didn't know what was wrong with me. Things that have been rough for her is her attitude became negative which is not the path you want to go down.I am curious to know how others cope with the symptoms of MS, especially the fatigue its the worst for me I hardly have any energy to get up and shower or cook something to eat. But a friend that has had MS for over 17 years recommended an awesome and very active forum to me. Things to look in to that are both extremely important at this time for you.But don't just take our word for it, read what some of our ex-singles say in our Disabled Dating Success Stories.Here at Whispers4u, we pride ourselves on being one of the first, if not the first site of it's kind.I was recently diagnosed in early October before it had been misdiagnosed as a stroke in July.