Disabled dating safety tips online and what you should know is the starting place for a disabled person looking for dating. You can take on screening out potentially dangerous admirers. Your first step is to make it clear in your personal profile at a dating site that you are a confident and a independent person. This will help you alleviate those with bad intentions that are only interested in finding the most insecure disabled singles. Here are 8 safety dating tips.
1. If you seem too eager to give your heart to someone, no questions asked, then you are sending out the message that you can be taken advantage of easily. Always decide to meet in public and bring your own transportation. This is a given, but it is absolutely important. This will make your dating experience less awkward. This will also ensure that your safety is protected.
2. Maybe you're about to meet the love of your life. But right now, you don't know how trustworthy your date is. Tell friends and/or family where you will be and for how long. Let those around you know about your date so that if something goes wrong, action can be easily taken.
3. Don't drink too much. A glass or two of wine might be suitable for the date, but you don't want to lose your ability to reason, judge, and take care of yourself. You want to be alert because your date may be looking for an opportunity to take advantage of you. Listen you never know what a person motives are. This is why you have to be alert.
4. Dating sites are no different than bars or grocery stores really. When first meeting a person at a dating site, usually there is no way of telling if one has your best interest in mind based on a chat room conversation. This is why you have to research the accommodations of a disabled dating site beforehand.
5. Is there handicap access when you are out dating? Whatever your physical problems are, you and/or your date should make sure that the atmosphere of your date is safe for you. This way, you can concentrate on your date and not be worried about your physical comfort.
6. Always limit the amount of personal information you give out. Don't tell your date exactly where you work or live right away - they must earn your trust and not assume it. Trust your instincts. If you feel suspicious about someone and you don't know why, go with your gut and make up an excuse to leave if you are out on a date. Chances are there is something fishy about the situation and you don't want to put yourself at risk for the sake of giving him or her a try.
7. Body language might be more important than words spoken, so it's these little details that can reveal to you whether your emotional or physical security is at risk.
8. Is the disabled dating service you're using reliable? Do they screen members? Do you pay for the services? If you answered "yes" to these last two questions, then you are probably in good shape.