Dating special needs child

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I caught a lot of flak for this post, in which I empathized with a woman who suffers from debilitating depression, but let her know that men were perfectly entitled to choose a healthy, normally functioning partner instead. A quick Google search reveals that the annual cost of autism therapy can exceed ,000 to ,000 per year and that the lifetime cost to support an individual with autism is greater than .2 million.

Is it fair that women discriminate against short men? Do you think subtracting that from your bank account might have an effect on you?

If either of you work to the extreme or keep so busy that you are neglecting the other person, or that you can’t even find 15 minutes to talk every day, love in your life? You discuss it in a RESPECTFUL and loving way and, in a REAL relationship, you both contribute and COMPROMISE and agree how the two of you will work through the issue. You can tell the other person in the relationship EVERY day that you are glad they are in your life, what is great about the relationship, how you value their love and friendship, etc. At all times, you MUST treat the other person with respect.

) In my research, I saw first-hand many couples with unbelievable issues with their blended children and who also worked, ran their kids to various therapies and doctors, yet THEIR relationship was important enough to FIND ways to be together. Even if you don’t agree with something, you do not yell, you don’t leave and not return, you don’t stop calling for weeks or stop making contact. And you let the other person know that you will listen and they can talk with you about anything without fear and with an open mind and an open heart.

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From books and magazines, to television and movies, you can’t escape the sights and sounds of couples in love.

You can hear them dedicating sappy love songs to one another on the radio (do people REALLY do that?

I helped another client fall in love and have a baby even though she’s paralyzed from the waist down.

I have a friend in Los Angeles who was born with no legs and is happily married. But that doesn’t mean that you have to be the lid, Carol.

It was fair of me not to date a former drug addict I met online.

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