Dating a man with tbi

But that can be a mixed bag because facial attraction is so subjective, plus I’m no Brad Pitt.

After that, the hope has been to use my personality to charm them and get some chemistry going.

'" recalled Weeks, a bishop who belongs to an independent charismatic church body.

When the person you married goes through a dramatic change, what's a spouse to do?

So where physical appearances fall short the hope is that my looks and smile draw them in instead.In short, it’s very difficult; and stated more accurately it sucks.The most obvious issue to start with is that having a disability (spinal cord injury quadriplegic) and being in a wheelchair puts me at a major disadvantage with women as compared to able-bodied men.In the study, they speculate that it could have to do with a variety of factors that include hormonal differences, treatment differences, differences in cognitive abilities or some combination. Geoffrey Manley, vice chairman of neurological surgery at the University of California, San Francisco, was not involved in the study but has another theory.According to his own research, women tend to be more forthcoming about their concussion symptoms than men.