Mentally hadicapped dating a normal person
and if they had anything negative to say about it they wouldn't be my friend to begin with.Nothing wrong in dating a physically disabled person.Hitting and pushing are not okay, and she is absolutely capable of knowing this.Her parents should talk to her, and you should consider the circumstances (did you crowd her? etc.) to see if you can avoid whatever triggered the hitting.She gets really jealous when I try to talk to a baby in the family.Should the mother or the father sit and explain to her that this behavior is wrong, or should they just ignore the whole matter?Sex is not everything, nor is marriage or relationships.
I know this will sound terrible but I'm not sure if I want my friends to see me with her. (But I sound horrible sometimes too.)But anyway, having something wrong with her knees doesn't affect her ability to make her own choices. Now shut up, take off your diaper, pull up your pants, eat your steak and be a godd*mn man!
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My husband's sister hit me twice and pushed me once.