Amputee dating woman
“I was a senior in high school, and I was looking forward to parties, graduation night and boys.” Introducing her prosthetic leg to potential boyfriends, however, has proved to be a gamble.
Stephanie bounced back to life after the accident though and was not afraid to meet boys.
“We eventually moved into a more intimate relationship where he put his hand on my leg and felt it,” remembers Stephanie.
“Mind you, we had been dating for two months and had gone dancing so I immediately felt scared.”All of her worst fears began to surface, and, reluctantly, she told him about her prosthesis. He was more supportive than turned off and asked, “Why didn’t you tell me this before?
In August 2005, Stephanie performed at the Amputee Coalition Annual Educational Conference & Exposition in Dallas, Texas.
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