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looking for a free online dating site for tbi/abi

Anyone know of a free online dating site for people with a tbi or abi disabilty?  SteveContinue

Started Mar 25, 2011

 

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looking for a free online dating site for tbi/abi

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Mar 25, 2011
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My story is. When I was born the plsenta cord was around my neck and the knife to cut the cord with was missing from the tray. I ended up with brain damage from lack of oxygen. I have dislexea, a learning disabilty and before the training program, When I was a teenager,  I was all thumbs and left feet, wrote and saw things backwards at times, and very clumbsy. Now I can read (slowly) but correctly and my understanding rate is about 87% of what I read. Writing has also greatly inproved from the…See More
Mar 25, 2011
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Mar 24, 2011
Steve E left a comment for Susan Riley
"Hi Sue,   I just found this web site wile surfing and found that I already have a profile here.  Have an abi from birth lack of oxigen.  I would like to know more about you.   Steve"
Mar 24, 2011
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"Welcome Steven! SKR"
Mar 5, 2010
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Feb 23, 2010

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My story is. When I was born the plsenta cord was around my neck and the knife to cut the cord with was missing from the tray. I ended up with brain damage from lack of oxygen. I have dislexea, a learning disabilty and before the training program, When I was a teenager,  I was all thumbs and left feet, wrote and saw things backwards at times, and very clumbsy. Now I can read (slowly) but correctly and my understanding rate is about 87% of what I read. Writing has also greatly inproved from…

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