If you have a list of “What I don’t want” go delete…now!
If you’re going to talk about what you want in a person, touch on the positive attributes you’re looking for.
Why would it seem any different regarding a disability? I just want them to get to know ” What’s that smell? Ok, so for those who don’t agree with me, fine, but that’s exactly what you’re portraying.Serial killers have secrets.” I cracked up, but what a great comment!I understand that putting your disability can attract unhealthy people as well, but if you portray that confident, assertive person you won’t attract that predator type, they are looking for weak and submissive.Beyond you having pride, hiding things can often come off as deceptive.When you drop the D-word (disability) it’s likely they aren’t thinking as much about that, but instead thinking, “What else are they hiding?