As you can see, the most important disability tip is your optimistic attitude. When you are in such a frame of mind, life becomes easier and happier.And everyone would like to be with happy, confident persons!If possible, add a fun element to it in order to keep the conversation lively. This will make you happy and make others also feel calm and relaxed.
There would be some who would understand you and some who won’t. You would obviously be wishing to share more about your disability. There is much more to you than just your disability. Avoid talking about your disability till the other person starts asking you direct questions about it.The problem of getting harassed/stalked requires the harasser to change numbers, which I would like if you answer me if they manage to do that or are stopped by the phone company, of course depends on company and country.In case they do, they can't avoid spending money calling me, while I just hang up if I don't hear a familiar hello.If the masked number is compromised somehow, you simply throw it away.Once a person has your number the types of attacks possible is somewhat limited to whatever attack vectors exist at your carrier level.If giving phone number is dangerous, because of reasons I'm overlooking, is a solution to that to give email such as gmail?Because then, to spam you they would need to surpass google spam filter which is remarkably hard.Today a phone number is as much PII as your SSN, credit card number, or physical address.Aside from that, it could be painful and time consuming to change you phone number.Hopefully that would not include your government mandated social identification numbers and just your public persona information like address, email, etc., but sometimes companies store than information and someone is looking for a special someone.However this is all a moot point if they attack the phone provider in all reality, and in the end you're only as safe as the phone company keeps you aside from a personal physical interaction layer.