Hello I'm a 21 year old college and I was born with an ear deformity. I never experienced the first kiss, date, and girlfriend. Hello I'm a 21 year old college and I was born with an ear deformity. I never experienced the first kiss, date, and girlfriend. An ear deformity doesn't sound that bad - most likely, it's your personality/attitude that turns women off.
Regardless if a woman is a 10 or homly they have no interest in me. Regardless if a woman is a 10 or homly they have no interest in me. Maybe the deformity has affected your confidence, maybe it's left you feeling bitter.
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That is just too weird to have brain surgery on a first date. its not really his fault that his brain was damaged.
I try to be open minded, oops bad pun, never mind, oops another one. heck...there are folks who have a fetish for amputees. A large number of males are single in perpetuity because so many young females are mistresses of married men and followers of jocks in casual sex type relationships. but the factthat your uncle became abusive was not an emotional thing. especially to a child who probably didn't know better that to speak her mind?
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.basically I am curious about how many people would date some one who was say missing an arm or a leg, esp if it was a pre existing thing, ie before you knew them.
She is a beautiful person both inside and out - a real sweetheart whose smile lights up a room. Could you join a group for that or just some pick up games?A person with all of their peculiarities and differences is no less a complete human being. Sometimes I look at her and it breaks my heart to know that she will have her first kiss,a high school sweetheart,puppy love,she won't walk down the aisle(or roll) One day my niece who is the same age as my daughter(and is shockingly malevolent for someone her age)smirked at me and gloated,"I'm smarter than Amira. It's the look in the eyes of the one who's world you still rock.."disfigured" as you are. We created joking reasons why a guy might be missing a limb. I almost dated a guy missing both legs, but he was very rude. The fact that he became abusive/vulgar was a side affect of his brain injury...apparently normal according to the specialists. I pray that they aren't cruel to him however as he grows into his teen years.I have dated a couple of guys missing limbs and one with a limb smaller than the other. My first real crush was on a guy that had polio when very young, so his one leg was smaller than the other and the good leg was shortened surgically. One was missing a limb due to being run over as a teenager by a bread truck. He is living on his own quite well and able function independently within the confines of his home(you send your relatives away..family keeps ours at home) That "child" is 14 and was GLOATING. Having said that, due to having a son with a disability, I wouldn't have any issue dating a girl with a disability that didn't affect her ability to nurture a healthy relationship.Get to know some women as friends first, on a casual basis, but don't be a doormat. An ear deformity doesn't sound that bad - most likely, it's your personality/attitude that turns women off. Its your lack of confidence and lack of doing anything interesting.Maybe the deformity has affected your confidence, maybe it's left you feeling bitter. Another thing stop expecting a girl to ask you out. Things that stand out are you list watching sports and playing video games as your hobbies. I see the same thing with young men posting time and again they are really big on video games and they can't get a date.he might be in the "exempt" status, nothing is worse than that.thank you for sharing you insight on this so you are one of those people, the type who bait others into a battle by giving partial truths then letting them have it when you get them surrounded? OT: I wouldn't have a problem dating someone that was handicapped in some way.I feel kind of bad about that, I had to look at myself in a light that didnt really look too great. well I am interested to know how others feel about this subject and if they themselves could over look the lower drives of the human condition and date someone for who they are as a soul and not just because of their body. Another guy I dated had had brain surgery and on the first date made a big show of showing me his scar from it.suddenly realizing I am not as decent of a person as I like to think I am. I'd have no problem with an amputee or anyone else, for that matter. Having a head injury is an equally tragic thing, She should have put him in a place where he could be cared for better.She has been strangely malacious since she arrived and I consider her to be far more disadvantaged than my daughter(who is compassionate,humourous,gentle and kind)She learned that day that her criterion may not be the same as others. What mother would not feel saddened that their child(disabled or not) will not experience the flutters of first love? I have noticed women that I've found attractive with disabilities in the past, and if I had the balls, I'd ask them out... [and if I had the balls, I'd ask them out...] sure, asking anyone out takes alot of courage. [ I pray that they aren't cruel to him however as he grows into his teen years.I saw a woman once who literally stopped me dead in my tracks. ] I hope not too, but the truth may be that it will be worse?