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Any relationship, regardless of ability, requires caregiving, and disabled people take care of their partners just as much as any other person does.
If you would like to share your interabled relationship, you can do so by posting your thoughts or couple photo with the hashtag #100Out Of100.
“I didn’t want her to be my caretaker,” Bailey said.
“Where we live, we live so far from any kind of caretaker and the ones we have access to, they’re no good.” Harley began assisting Bailey over the course of their relationship, becoming his full-time caregiver after failing to find someone reliable.
Phil Mc Graw has worn multiple hats in his 57 years — college football star, clinical psychologist, trial consultant, best-selling author, talk show phenomenon.
But in the most basic ways, he is still pretty much like every guy on Earth: reluctant to admit he's lost, and even more reluctant to ask for directions.
Sitting in a hotel bar waiting for her husband, Robin Mc Graw looks at her watch.
"He's running late," she says apologetically, then suddenly a look of revelation spreads across her face.
A post shared by Shane Burcaw (@shaneburcaw) on #100outof100 of relationships that involve caregiving fail.Phil must be living in his own little close-minded world because my romantic relationship is THRIVING.So much so that we are engaged ❤#letsprovehimwrong #100outof100 pic.twitter.com/k6X4mz7s Ns — Ashley Alcantar (@ashleyya_97) March 15, 2019 I don’t think I’ve ever specifically posted about being in an interabled relationship with @eferryboat, but we are and so I am her care giver in the most intimate and personal way.Phil We’ll be happily married for 5 years this September.#Dr Phil @drphil #100outof100 A post shared by Matt Plummer (@mattieplummer) on “100 out of 100 relationships that involve caregiving fail.” -Dr. Phil (and his viewers) that many relationships that involve caregiving are successful. We’ve been together for three years and have been happily living together for one.