I understand it better than most, so let me try to answer your concerns, and criticism, and questions.While YES, technically, people with disabilities can get married, SOME face harsh penalties that are so steep they have no choice, but to not get married.
Social Security can determine you are “playing married” even if you are not legally married to your partner.
That does not mean gay people had a CHOICE in choosing to marry who they loved.
Those people with disabilities affected by this penalty also have no CHOICE in choosing to marry who they love.
We have a new webinar on intimacy and relationships for military couples. Get Sara’s 6 Secrets for Bridging Military Separations.
Our free webinar addresses questions on how to identify and meet the emotional needs of your partner and more. Long-Distance Romance Sara Heidenheimer shares how she and her husband kept the love and respect for each other strong through his four tours of duty while in the U. Bonding Over Disability and Then Some Shayne and Kristen have been friends since they were 3 years old, connecting over school, movies and even their shared disability. A Nurse and Friend Ben Trockman finds independence while being cared for by his nurse and friend. A Sister's Love Mary Sykes gives a first-hand account on caring for her sister who has Down syndrome. Brothers and Sisters First-hand quotes from brothers with sisters who are living with disabilities such as Down syndrome.
Read these touching quotes on siblings who have disabilities.