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Date A Blind Woman

Would you ever date a blind woman? Saw a blog here about a man asking if people would date a blind guy and I am now asking for peoples opinions about dating blind women.

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francis on 2/19/11 has some very solid advice here,counting the cost of loneliness,vs,being in service to one Your supposed to be sharing Your life with?
If it be the LORD's will,then may i also be willing...
---kevin5443 on 2/20/11
LOL LOL that is esactly the kinda thinking that produces divorce, loneliness, and depression

Marriage with two able body people have enough obstacles to overcome, COUNT THE COST before you take on any disabled person

Nothing in the entire bible says that one has to enter marriage BASED on emotions.
Take your heart of of it, and your head will make a better choice
---francis on 12/12/12


Hmm..never saw this blogg bdfore but as you all know I am legally blind...and yes, years ago a blind gentleman wanted to date me...but, surprized when I told him " does your wife know how you are? He said " she knows I am blind.. " I said "No does she know you still.try'n to. Pick up.other women? She standing about right here!"..
That was the end of that. Thankyou, God. Now, me. When I had all my sight.what ever If I felt really positive and could feel like we could " grow" close, communicate. Blind or a handicap no problem. Truth is even if you get married to a healthy person one or the other one day health fails! Love can withstand thr test if they both true to love & God .
---ELENA on 12/10/12


Dating a blind woman shouldn't be a big issue , if you really care to seek this type of relationship. I would have no problem with it. I feel anything is possible. It could be a wonderful thing.
---keith on 3/26/11


well it depends how you look doesn't it? with todays exaggerated beauty demands, some would pray to find a blind person. at least then you'r sure they date you for you.
---andy3996 on 2/22/11


Blind or sighted, relationships are difficult to make work. Life is also a gamble. Take a chance. Who knows? It would be a challenge for sure. If you are up for a challenge, I would give the green light and say... "GO"!
---Robyn on 2/21/11




Hi, I know deafness isn't the same as blindness but I'm 70% deaf without my aid on and I'm sure glad my husband didn't consider whether or not he should love me "inspite of" my disability! We all need love.
---Mary on 2/20/11


Once dated a blind girl in college. We went to hear the Boston Pops symphony orchestra performance. I distinctly remember that she was very very smart. And I tried to lead her by her elbow but she quietly told me know just let me put my arm in yours and we would do nicely, and we did. Interesting her brother was also blind and attending the University at the same time.
---mima on 2/20/11


While staying in a nursing home I was introduced to a blind lady blind from birth. We became good friends I witnessed to her and asked her if she had ever called on the name of the Lord to be saved. No she said, I just hesitated to go forward. We can do that right here at the table I said, okay she said, and I led her in a sinners' prayer. The next day I asked her if anything had changed in her life, to which she replied I am no longer mad at anyone. Just phoned her a couple weeks ago. She is a college graduate and she plays the piano. Very jovial and delightful person.
---mima on 2/20/11


My best friend died at the age of 92 a few years ago. She was blind since birth and let nothing stop her. She was married and had a son. She was an evangelist in her younger days and at the time of her death was helping a "younger woman" start a church. She played any instrument with keys!!!
---KarenD on 2/20/11


francis on 2/19/11 has some very solid advice here,counting the cost of loneliness,vs,being in service to one Your supposed to be sharing Your life with?
If it be the LORD's will,then may i also be willing...
---kevin5443 on 2/20/11




usually, anyone, once they have accepted and learned to work with any disability, is priceless.

You know they had to dig deeper than the five senses.
---aka on 2/19/11


Before you date anyone with a permanent disability, count the cost. It is very easy to say that you are in love with a blind person today. twenty years down the road when that person does not behave like a sighted person, for example does not compliment your looks, or needs you constant help to perform tasks that are easy for the sighted do not complain. Also ways consider the long term relationshiop.

Luke 14:28 For which of you, intending to build a tower, sitteth not down first, and counteth the cost, whether he have sufficient to finish it?
---francis on 2/19/11


Each person is unique and to be discovered so I find out how God has me love each one. I would not limit it to whether or not I would date her, but simply see how God blesses, like with anyone else.

Jesus prayed for us, "that they may be one as We are," in John chapter 17:11. So, Jesus by His faith has claimed that we will be one with each other, like how our Father and Jesus are one. In Their oneness Jesus and our Father have such beautifully wonderful intimacy of caring and tender affection together. If God made me one like this with a sister who is blind, this certainly could lead to marriage and better (c:
---Bill_willa6989 on 2/19/11


Cluny, Agreed and Amen...
---micha9344 on 2/19/11


Physical disabilties do not affect the ability to love and give love.
---Cluny on 2/19/11


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