Dating a handicaped person
Her legs were small compared to the rest of her body. “I was used to suddenly becoming invisible to someone I was interested in.
Marietta seemed to know that it was a pivotal moment. Most men can’t see past the chair.” Stephen froze, and for a moment it looked as if he might be like “most men” and turn away.
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That’s when he saw a detail that stopped him in his tracks: Marietta was in a wheelchair.I couldn’t take my eyes off this amazingly beautiful woman—and her wheelchair. The other half was saying, ‘What is wrong with you, moron? ’” He listened to the smarter half, walked over, and introduced himself.“I felt like I was crossing a barrier I didn’t even know was there,” Stephen said.“A thousand things went through my mind,” he recalls.“Marietta was looking at me, daring me to talk to her.