Can I be with an Able-Bodied Partner?
Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 7, 2008
Where can people with disabilities go for credible advice on their love life? Disaboom.com, an online community designed for people with disabilities, as well as friends, family and caregivers, announced the expansion of its coverage on dating, relationships, and sex in preparation for the Valentine's Day season.
The Disaboom.com dating and relationships section provides practical advice on dating and relationships for people with disabilities. The section addresses subjects from how to kiss to the mechanics of sexual activity with a spinal cord injury. Some of the topics in this newly expanded section include:
- "Discovering the World of Mental Orgasms"
- "The Art of Kissing"
- "Is it Lust or Love"
- "Can I be with an Able-Bodied Partner?"
- "Online Dating: When (and How) to Disclose Your Disability"
- "Choosing the Date Location is as Important as the Date Itself"
"Whether people are reintroducing themselves to the dating world or looking to spice up their current relationship or sex life, Disaboom.com has tapped into its vast community to become a valuable resource for the advice they will need," said Glen House, MD Founder of Disaboom.com. "Disaboom answers the tough-to-ask questions and provides people with the resources they need to live forward."
Since its launch in 2007, Disaboom.com has dedicated itself to improving the quality of life for people with disabilities. The newly expanded Disaboom.com section on Dating & Relationships can be found at http://www.disaboom.com, click on "living", then "all channels" and that's where people can find dating and relationships.
To join community blogs and read articles on topics from healthcare to accessible homes, log onto http://www.disaboom.com.
Disaboom, Inc. was founded to develop the first interactive online community dedicated to constantly improving the way people with disabilities or functional limitations live their lives. It will also serve as a comprehensive online resource not only for people living with such conditions, but also their immediate families and friends, caregivers, recreation and rehabilitation providers, and employers. There are more than 54 million American adults living with disabilities or functional limitations today in the United States alone. Founded and designed by doctors and fellow disaboomers to meet this community's specific needs, disaboom.com brings together content and tools ranging from specialized health information to social networking to daily living resources, in a single interactive site.