Twelve years ago a US National Health Interview Survey found a divorce rate of 80% in households with a disabled adult.
Recently the New York Times tells us that is increasing:
“As modern medicine extends the lives of people with chronic diseases the divorce among them is increasing … Among the reasons, they say, are the stresses on the health of the spouse caring for a disabled partner, and the pressure on family finances, especially if one spouse has to stop working to stay home and tend the other….”
Isn’t it curious how we seem to study and observe why things don't work rather than how they can work?
... and 37 years ago, yesterday, a man walked on the moon. It seems to me that anything is possible.