“Despite all the odds, you and Dad keep the faith; I climb aboard and begin to breathe independently,” Taylor wrote. I say thanks knowing this resilience will be tested again and again.” Read the letter in its entirety below: Dear Mum, I recently came across a letter you sent one week after my birth.
I am the “Baby Taylor (no name yet)” you speak of, “stable but with so many things happening to such a small, little person”.
But these relationships seldom work out, says Carlson, who dove into a shallow pond at the age of instantly shattering her spine.Dating sites for the disabled act as social networking sites and online communities for many people with disabilities.Moreover, they aren't only for people who are disabled, but for anyone who might be interested in dating someone who is.Taylor, who has cerebral palsy, recently stumbled across the letter and wrote a response to it.For UN’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities, he decided to share his message with the U. In her original letter, Taylor’s mother wrote that she and her husband were “living from day to day, dreading each morning in case he is no longer there.” Taylor now says that through several medical challenges, the emotional and physical support from his parents has allowed him to thrive.Have you thought that you found the right person, but it didn't work out?