Hey everyone! Hope you’re all staying safe and healthy out there. At least we made it through another week!
So since there’s enough talk about COVID-19 right now, I thought I’d instead share one of Leah’s recent columns. In this piece, Leah writes about how trials and difficulties have strengthened her relationship with her boyfriend. She’s been in an interabled relationship for two years now, and she writes here about navigating obstacles, and what her boyfriend has learned about living with MD. Her boyfriend has learned how to drive her accessible van, help her with her meds, and how to do other daily tasks that she needs. Leah writes that their relationship may not be like many others, but that there’s beauty in that.
Do you have any takeaways from this column? Do you have any questions or thoughts about being in a romantic relationship?
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