Dating a blind person


Transportation becomes a problem sometimes – you can’t exactly stay out until 2am and drive home – but working on things together like figuring out schedules for trains and buses has helped me gain a different sort of independence.

I visit Joe at his college every other weekend, and I take the train back and forth to Northern Illinois University by myself.

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You never have to worry about a bad hair day, or wearing make-up. You can walk around naked without being self-conscious. (You might have known this already, but in case you didn’t I felt obligated to tell you now, as the rest of this post won’t make sense unless you are “in the know.”) Now, let’s move on.

You save money when buying a smaller TV or phone, because all you really need is the sound, not a big screen. You can flip your friend the bird (give him/her the finger) when you get frustrated with him/her… You can lie to his/her face about the new outfit he/she loves, even if you think it’s hideous. You will never awaken to screams for you to kill a spider. ) Surprise, surprise, you are actually reading a guest post from Max’s editor and friend, Lorraine Reguly. And feel free to drop either one of us a line in the comments, too.

Kerry has a blind brother, Brian, who wrote a song about the perks of being blind.

You don’t have to be the map-reader when travelling with friends on a road trip. You can avoid looking at unpleasant things, like a gory accident, or something else that’s disgusting. You’ll never get asked to paint or wallpaper a room during home renovations. Kerry is a blind blogger who loves to write and travel, and is known by two alternate names: The Insightful Wanderer and Her Headache.

They’ll be a lot happier if you ask them to, say, just read all the pasta or burgers.