Sexuality and Disability

My Story

The Best Decision I Ever Made

'I met my ex when I was 18, he was quite a bit older than me but the age gap didn't really seem to matter. I had discovered that I had multiple sclerosis (MS) about one year before we met but I was still walking unaided when we started seeing each other. We became serious very quickly and after 6 months actually I moved in with him. After a while my MS began to worsen and I began to have to use a walking stick to help me move around. I was no longer working and my MS became so bad that often I had to use a wheelchair. It was around this time he began to be aggressive towards me - he'd shout at me for what seemed to be no real reason at all...

Good Touch/ Bad Touch

'A nine-year-old child use to live with the grandmother. Both the parents were working, and the grandmother was pretty old. By old I mean that she wasn't active and had a problem with walking around much. So she was a caregiver who falls in the category of disabled. This child was an independent and happy child. There was a twenty year old boy, and he used to stay in the same locality, who knew the child but never had been to the place. They lived in the chawl kind of set up were everyone knew everyone. So one day he comes and visits the grandmother. He talks to her, tells her that he stays here. Gives food to the grandmother, makes a connection. Mostly these kinds of connections are made through food.

Questions

Question1 Doesn't sex have to involve another person?
Welcome to masturbation, which is all about solo sex (involving you, you and you). Sex with yourself involves you pleasuring your mind and body. Read more on Doesn't sex have to involve another person?

Question2 How do I prove that I am a good daughter-in-law in spite of my disability?
Who is a 'good daughter-in-law'? The one who fulfils everyone's expectations? Who caters to everyone's needs? Read more on How do I prove that I am a good daughter-in-law in spite of my disability?

Question3 I need so much help to take care of my baby, I hardly feel like a mother.
A newborn baby needs constant attention and care, which if handled alone, can be tiring and taxing for any new mother. Read more on I need so much help to take care of my baby, I hardly feel like a mother.