In Sickness and in Health
Love, Disability, and a Quest to Understand the Perils and Pleasures of Interabled Romance
A frank, humorous exploration of interabled dating, love, and marriageBy Ben Mattlin Read by René Ruiz Family Life / Nonfiction / Relationships / Social Science`strong> English, Unabridged 8h 11m Sell Sheet
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In this chronicle of will and hope, Ben Mattlin demystifies the interabled relationship, showing that it should be a matter neither of wonder nor of pity. This is an urgent, deeply felt, and sometimes hilarious account of marriages that feel as obvious to those within them as they do bewildering to many people outside them. Mattlin gives us a testament to the deep humanity that can manifest in any kind of body, and to the passionate love such humanity can provoke in others.
"Moving and informative stories of 'uncommonly intimate and enduring' interabled partnerships." - Kirkus Reviews