ANSWERS: 28
  • Yes of course! Why not?
  • I dont know. which disabled person. I guess its possible. I dont even know if I could fall in love with a completely healthy person
  • Only if I liked them.
  • yes disabled people have just as much love as a able person....I once had the biggest crush on a girl in a wheelchair......she crushed my heart completely when she called me fat....-_- good times.....memories will last a life time-_- god help us all...-_-
  • Certainly, physical disabilities do not define who an individual is as a person.
  • Do bitches count as being disabled?
  • I am in love with a disabled person. I don't see it as anything wrong. I help him with his difficulties and while it may get frustrating once in a while, I never stop loving him.
  • Well the thing is, there is this gorgeous girl at school in a wheelchair, and we're good friends... but Im not sure what i feel. Is it difficult having such a relationship? thanks for your quick replies
  • been there done that. he was sweet when he did call me but he barely ever did so four years after we met we broke up for the last time cause he was being a jerk
  • Yes, I could fall in love with a disabled person. I will never forget the night my father died. The nurse said that he was better off because he would have been in a wheelchair. Trust me, I wish with all my heart he was here in a wheelchair than in a grave. My mother would have still loved him. We all would. My husband had an illness that rendered him disabled and he eventually died. I loved him when he was a strong, healthy man, and at the end when he was a skeletal, sick man in a wheelchair.
  • Yes, as long as the love life is enabled;)
  • my PC answer sure i could, love is blind...and sometimes deaf my not so PC answer....ummmmmm no
  • yes, but i think the love life thing becomes less important as we grow older.
  • Sure, I'f have to meet the person first. Someone with "disabilities" covers a wide range, so I can't say I couldn't.
  • i think i could fall innlove with a disabled person. Of course it depends on how disabled, cause it can mean many things. I know i ussed to and sometimes still do think about a friend of mine who's disabled in that way.
  • Yes to this question every day for the past 20 years 4 months and 13 days. My son is mentally handicapped and I have loved every minute of the day I spend with him since my husband and I were blessed with his birth. If you are asking about a man and woman relationship then I say it is very possible for anyone to fall in love with a disabled person.
  • Of course you can, love isn't just physical.
  • we are all disabled in some form. some of us externally, some of us internally and some of us both. No one is free of a disability and many people never realize what their's is. So many people can not reach their full potential because they can never address it.
  • Yes as long as there is some chemistry between us and there is something about her that i want to lust after
  • Why not of course , if they are smart and attractive . When you fall in love the first impression is important but then you forget the look and love the spirit , that it is why when you kiss you close your eyes.
  • I did and this Friday will be our 16 year anniversary. She is my soulmate and my compass.
  • Of course I could if he were the right man for me. I am also disabled so we would have something in common right there. I look into the heart of the person, not their exterior. Some pretty covered books are not such good reading. Love is about the heart and emotions. I am not a shallow person and do not like being around shallow people.
  • sure why not ? +5
  • What is disabled? I wear glasses - they are my crutch - so it's more a matter of others being more or less disabled than me.
  • I would if there was definitely something there. I know if someone I loved became disabled I wouldn't love them any less.
  • no. I carried my wife for 6 years. she was nothing but a burden. she was not disabled but her general ill health and lack of will power made her dead weight. I am not saying disabled people are worthless, but after sacrificing everything, getting nothing in return, then having her run away with another man... I will not let myself fall for someone who has an increased chance of being a burden. that said... I would not leave someone for becomming disabled
  • why the hell wouldnt you :)
  • Most definetly.

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