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You want someone to care enough about your disability that they see it as part of you, but not so much that it is the only thing they see when they look at you. For example, the first time my boyfriend became enraged when he saw a car parked in a handicapped space without an appropriate license or placard…I felt heard, I felt seen, and finally, I felt like I didn’t have to face the injustices of the world alone. Since we are serious, it’s a thought that bounces around in my head pretty regularly. Do I think there are things he wishes we could do together that my disability prevents? The majority of those things have been centered around activities that require extended walking.
And since we are so open with each other, it’s also conversation we have often. However, about a year ago, when I invested in a mobility scooter, a new world opened for us. In my case, many of the ways my boyfriend supports me are physical in nature, but he’s also incredibly kind, loving, and caring too.