In university, she would panic when someone showed interest in her at a bar.
“Say someone wants to take you home—that is an awkward f-cking conversation,” Dixon says.
There will be an all-out war, your feet fighting over their foot, inevitably ending in one foot feeling like a third wheel.
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Dixon looks every bit the poised, self-possessed Olympian, and she was—except for one area of her life in which she felt painfully insecure.
“People assumed I was very confident in my body, traipsing around in a bathing suit,” says Dixon.
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I want to be honest with him about my feelings and want him to be himself around me but I really concerned about how they'll look.
“It looks like I was designed to have one leg, like a mermaid’s body,” she says.
Should I wait to see them until we're closer or ask to see them now to get use to them?
Why not tell a friend about all the great features we have?
Funny story, I had a BF years ago, who could not see, one would think I took care of him...waited on him...not!
Fixed dinner, went shopping, made coffee, he was very In my latest blog post I talk about the struggles of getting around as an amputee for anyone interested 😊 it seems simple things that we struggle with are sometimes overlooked or forgotten by others so I wanted to share my experiences!