I may need help with doing certain tasks, but I’m certainly not ashamed about asking for help.

You can make me fall in lots of different ways, but you can never beat me!

But don't just take our word for it, read what some of our ex-singles say in our Disabled Dating Success Stories.

Today I wish to address an intriguing issue, online dating and cerebral palsy/disabilities.

Specifically I’ll discuss the dating website e-Harmony. Looking for something different I decided to take advantage of e-Harmony’s special post-Valentine’s Day pricing, signing up for a year subscription at the discounted rate.

Over the years many singles have connected through our unique service and have been married as a result.

Our members say that meeting someone here is far more comfortable than on regular dating sites, as you don't have to start explaining any mobility issues or conditions you may have, to a prospective partner.

Dear Cerebral Palsy, You make my life more complicated than it would be if I didn’t have you, but you give me strength to carry on and try again… You make simple tasks difficult for me because you make my muscles react in some very peculiar ways.

I go to pick something up, but then you make my body jerk randomly and because of this, you make me chuck things across the room. I look around to see where it has gone, sometimes the objects end up so far away from me that I think to myself, I bet I couldn’t do that again if I tried.

I will just find a different way to do it, and I will keep going.

It may take me years to figure out how I can do it, but in the end, I will triumph!

I was one of those people who rushed it in the beginning, and that did not end in my favor.

Be confident in all of the kinks and quirks your body has, because if you do not accept them, it’s a very safe bet that your partner won’t either.

I figured “Hey, if my disability is going to put someone off, so be it.