Dating someone with special needs
If you were getting attached to someone and they had something big like that hidden away, wouldn't that make you distrust them a bit? But the fact is, for some men, dating a woman with a disabled kid that might be living with her through his adulthood would be a deal-breaker.
Hannah Brown, author of "If I Could Tell You" (a book about raising children with autism) talks about how different it is being a single woman with a special needs kid in her article "Divorce After Autism: Going It Alone." Like Hannah, I'm sure there are plenty of custodial autism Dads out there. I have met and do know a large amount of single autism moms, though, and we all face unique challenges when we try to date.
Either way you have it, I think it’s time to compile a handy list, and to update it as often as possible.Department of Vocational Rehabilitation: the point of DVR/DOR is to help people with disabilities find and keep jobs that suit them.If you need higher education in order to find and keep a job that suits you, DVR/DOR should help.I wanted to start off with one of the more recent people to become involved with Nigel – my boyfriend, Rick.We have been dating for several months, and I recently talked with him about his views on dating someone who has an ASD child.