Memoir Explores Subject of Interability Relationships
Have you ever wanted to get an inside look at how couples of different abilities make their relationship work? In their new book “Ink in the Wheels: Stories to Make Love Roll,” Barton and Megan Cutter address intimacy, marriage and disability while also bringing awareness to interability relationships.
The Cutters, who have been married for 8 years, share the skills that they teach through personal coaching, leadership training and speaking engagements. Topics include disability and relationships, family influences and dynamics, creating external and internal support networks, and the balance of caregiving.
"While we use the details of our personal lives as a platform to carry the story forward, the underlying message is universal. Our ability as human beings to persevere in the face of a challenge is one that is often overlooked in this day and age,” said Barton Cutter, who has cerebral palsy. “At its core, this book is a reminder to all that they too have the capacity to overcome the challenges they face and experience life with a deeper sense of purpose."
“Ink in the Wheels” can be purchased on Amazon. For more information, click here.