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11-Mar-2020 01:54 by 9 Comments

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Danielle’s mission is to make disabilities chic, sexy, and cool.

Next thing she knew she was doing the morning show circuit, preaching her gospel of glamour on a macro level.“Seeing me as a model wearing fashion, looking great is inspiring,” she says, then self corrects, “Actually I hate the word inspiring.” Above inspired, she just wants people with disabilities to feel integrated. Just because you have a disability doesn’t mean your life sucks.”Far from it.

“We’re often put in the ‘inspirational’ role and it’s just cliché! It goes back to the telethon days where we were used to raise money because ‘oh wow, my life is hard but Danielle is an inspiration, look what she goes through! In fact, in her psychology practice, she works on something she calls “dateable self-esteem” because, she says, in general people with disabilities often have high self-esteem with their families, friends, and careers, but not when it comes to dating.

She explains that self-doubt stems from thoughts like “who’s going to accept all my physical problems?

On an industry-wide basis, Danielle is changing the way designers think about product design.

In a recent talk she gave at Parsons School of Design, she discussed disability and the concept of universal design.

Many disabled people have found friends, acceptance and even love on our site.

Hear it from our members themselves about why they love Soulful Encounters Disabled Dating and Community Web site. She will often state, "Come Join Our Soulful Community", followed up with, "Every Member On Soulful Encounters Has Become A Part Of My Extended Online Family".

She wants the world to see that people with disabilities are also sexy and dateable and great romantic partners.

In 2013, she met the fashion designer Carrie Hammer at a benefit.

Because, she points out, a solution for one is often a solution for many.

For example, she recently spoke to a large corporation that produces paper-based consumer products.

She treats all types of issues–including situational anxiety, work stress, bipolar disorder and depression–but her specialty is in dating, sexuality, and relationships.