Twitter gets flooded with love by differently-abled people
Twitterverse is flooding with the beautiful ways people are making their partners with disabilities feel loved
Twitterverse is flooding with the beautiful ways people are making their partners with disabilities feel loved.
This came after a Twitterer encouraged people with disabilities to share examples of the ways their partners make them feel loved.
The user tweeted, "Disabled People: What are some of the physical ways your partner makes you feel loved that are different from the way abled people show love? YouCanLoveMeButYouCantHoldMyHand."
To this, a user replied, "My amazing partner functions as my literal crutch, he always holds my hand so that I don't lose balance & encourages me to slow down. Plus: foot rubs."
One user tweeted, "When I was first in the hospital, I could barely hold a pen to sign my name on surgery consent forms. But I'm Greek and my armpit hair grew longer than I ever wanted so my sweet guy offered to shave them for me because I couldn't."
One comment read, "Washing my hair because I'm too exhausted to do it. Massaging my back when it's too tense and hurting. Heating up a hot pad when I'm having digestive cramps. Buying and making special food to fit my dietary restrictions."
One user shared, "I get a pass on house hold chores and grocery trips when it's flaring up and sometimes if it sneaks up while we're out, we both walk slow and sit down along the way."
"He loves me as much now as he did before I became disabled. He helps me sit up if I'm in pain. He helps me bathe safely.
He carries me if I cant walk. He gets my heat packs when I'm hurting. He isn't perfect but I love him", read one comment.