I don't know how to get past my last relationship and move on. I'm in a wheelchair due to a spinal cord injury from a car accident years ago. Although I've dated a few guys over the years, a couple of which were serious, I never really exposed myself fully emotionally or physically until my last relationship. We dated for 3 1/2 years and he made a huge impact on my life. He fully accepted my disability and it didn't matter to him at all that I needed help with certain things. In fact, he was a pure natural at it. We broke up a couple of years ago and it had nothing to do with my disability. I have moved on in some ways, but I can't fully let go. The fact that we're still in touch doesn't help much, but I think it's my way of holding on and hoping we'll get back together at some point. I just feel like he was such an exceptional person when it came to accepting my disability and the chances of me finding someone like him again might not be so good. I'm so afraid to put myself out there again. Any advice?
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