When Jessica Slice, the writer of this week’s Modern Love essay, first started dating David, a man who had embraced her and her disability, she began to feel suffocated by his thoughtful gestures and nurturing nature. But when she ended things, she became filled with more doubt about her decision with each passing day.
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