Posted by Dion Regular in Blog on Apr 14, 2014 Dating and Relationships after an Injury One of the most popular topics that I am asked when I meet people with new injuries is how will my dating and relationships be affected.
They feel that they will never find a relationship or if they are in a relationship they feel like their partner will not have the same feelings for them.
The types of spinal stenosis are classified according to where on the spine the condition occurs. The two main types of spinal stenosis are: Many people have evidence of spinal stenosis on an MRI or CT scan but may not have symptoms.
When they do occur, they often start gradually and worsen over time.
A couple of popular statements I hear are “who would want to date someone in a chair” or “how can they love me the same when I cannot do the things I have done before”.
If someone truly loves you, they will love you for the person you are, the person they fell in love with.
Though degenerative changes can cause spinal stenosis in younger people, other causes need to be considered.
These include trauma, congenital spinal deformity such as scoliosis, and a genetic disease affecting bone and muscle development throughout the body.
Seven male veterans with SCI/D, age 32–51, participated in a 12-week psychoeducational social skills training group that met weekly for 60 min.
) Qualities I would like to change Qualities I am looking for in a partner: (does this picture match the people you have had relationships with in the past?