When I was speaking to my attorney the other day, she made a comment that keeping my alimony was very important to her, because having a handicapped child would greatly limit my opportunities to re-marry. So, I am asking for a very honest opinion from the guys. Would something like this keep you from getting into a relationship with someone? There are some care issues and there are some difficulties, but they are integrated into my life and I don't really see them impacting a guy I was in a relationship with - even if I re-married. She is a very active, bright child with a great personality. She just happens to be in a wheelchair. She even swims on our neighborhood swim team - competing against able-bodied kids! What do you think? Would you get involved?
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