Personally, I do not say anything about my condition itself in my profile, except acknowledge that I need the cane to “keep my awesomeness upright.” If I am asked in a private message, I will usually respond to them with “I have a chronic condition.” If I do end up going on a date with them, at that point I may or may not tell them I have MS.3. However, I do feel it is important to have an open discussion early on into the relationship, because the longer it is put off, the less it will be an explanation of the illness so much as “why did you not tell me sooner?
The good people are few and far between and it is discouraging.It is important to get over this because the rejection might not have anything to do with you. Attracting girls without saying a word all boils down to the art of seduction.You can communicate with a girl without saying one word to her by using your body language, making deep eye contact and by flashing that million-dollar smile.If you have something obvious, like a feeding tube, side shots of your face or you snuggling a cute animal or leaning on a friend’s shoulder (with their permission of course!
) can provide a way of showing your face without drawing attention to the obvious thing.A million questions will come up – should I show my mobility aid, should I hide my medical equipment? I myself do have a picture up of myself with my cane, but is it my main photo?