The limitations of the channels for students with disabilities to fall in love Students with disabilities have more limited contacts or friends than ordinary people. Generally, college students want to meet their partners through nightlife or various department activities. However, students with disabilities are usually due to physical limitations or excessive parental concern. As a result, it is impossible to participate in related activities smoothly.
In this case, students with disabilities have the opportunity to meet their partners, leaving only group activities and classmates who are photo background removing enthusiastic to help people with disabilities. However, the purpose of making friends with classmates met in these two ways is significantly lower than the above nightlife or department activities, which makes students with disabilities less likely to successfully make friends with men and women. Therefore, many students with disabilities mostly want to make friends through dating software, but the risk of making friends online is significantly higher than that of ordinary face-to-face contact, and the probability of being deceived is also higher.
Ambiguous relationships that are more likely to die prematurely A poet once said: "The process of falling in love can cultivate people's correct view of love, and correct wrong view of love, so that each of us becomes a lover." From the above, we can see that the opportunities for students with disabilities to meet boyfriends and girlfriends are obviously limited. Students with disabilities are lucky enough to meet a friend who has a good impression of each other, and even have the opportunity to become boyfriend and girlfriend. However, because students with disabilities may never have experience in love, when they meet this classmate they like, students with disabilities may wish to use all the "love" skills taught in books, TV, and the Internet. But when students with disabilities can't wait to show those skills, it's easy to scare each other, and the relationship ends.