Dating someone with cerebral palsy
As mild as my case of CP may be, there were always the high school bullies who found pleasure in bringing me down. They were the kind who hurt with words or by forcing an embarrassing situation, constantly looking over a shoulder for supporting chuckles from friends.
I can even say having cerebral palsy has contributed to my success. As a teen with CP it was easy for me to get overlooked, discouraged, or even patronized simply because I wasn't considered "normal." This became especially apparent when doctors began prescribing "special devices" to help me re-establish or maintain a "suitable range of motion." These devices were to be worn while doing everyday activities, school-time activities.Other than this I had no effects at all (either positive or negative). This is the main thing I was talking about not liking in her personality. I know about a dozen women (disabled and AB) who have this same mentality.It is why I am 100% certain she does not have long term potentional. And it may have to do entirely with CP, then again it could have to do with family money or any number of things, like you said. I can understand why you wouldn't want to date her for that simple fact.I have a friend who very much is treated like royalty by her family (because she is total care) and she is nice...but she can be the most bossy and rude person on the face of the earth.