I'm doing a part time as a carer and a companion to a Quadriplegic young man.
I feed him , get him drinks , talk to him, do chores , help him with his needs , but the intimate ones are being taken care by his male nurse.
He used to be very active until the accident. He wasn't great to be around at first but I got used to him and his sarcastic remarks. we get to spend a lot of time together. We watch movies , listen to music, talk for hours , go on walks , sometimes I stay the night when his Parents aren't home. In other words , He grew on me. He was kind , attentive, challenging. I find him very charming... but I've kept my feelings to myself and acted as professional as possible.
He asked me on a date the other day , I was a bit shocked. does that mean he has feelings for me?
Is it OK if if I say Yes?
What should I do with this?
I've read the book. It was Jojo Moyes' a couple of years ago. that's what made me get into this business. to help people. Their lives are very... challenging. they need someone they can reach out to. but this one doesn't to die... I hope.
Books and reality are two different things... that's why I needed advice.
Thank you !
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Internet ruined me that the first thing I had to think about was this comic:
Anyway, it's unlikely I would date a quadriplegic. At least not on purpose. If it so happens I fall in love with someone I know through different means, I might give it a try - but else I would rather stay away from it for various reasons.0
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