Especially if you've had to leave your job or cut way down on socializing, it can become hard to meet anyone you might be interested in dating. You may also wonder if anyone would want to date you. Rest assured, plenty of people in your situation and worse have found a special someone. Yes, you face some challenges when it comes to meeting people and going out on dates, but it is possible to find someone you're interested in—and who's interested in you, as well. It used to be that most people met while going about their lives. At work, at the gym, at church, through mutual friends.
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Two months into the pandemic, I gave in and tried Zoom dating. After a few days of chatting on OKCupid, I found myself across the screen from a perfectly nice match. It was one hour in hell: Trapped in a two-way-hostage video, I was hyperaware of everything that was missing—the smell of her perfume, how she moved through space, seeing the way she ordered a drink. If I was going to date, it had to be in person. Restaurants were out of the question.
Will she still go out with me when she finds out I live with three roommates? The logic goes that by creating apps for people with health conditions, singles can find like-minded people who get your health challenges. Plus, meeting someone with similar health challenges can be pretty awesome. You already have a huge part of your lives in common.
A lot of people have no idea how to interact with someone with a disability. While some partners may attack the issues from your chronic illness face head on, these people avoid the topic at all costs. Often times they are just too awkward to handle chronic illness well.