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11-26-2008 @ 11:10AM
You're making a grand assumption that he needs to work in the first place. He's married, and it follows that perhaps she's the bread winner in the family.It's considered acceptable for a man to support a disabled wife, but the reverse situation is usually thought of as "incorrect". He used to own his own business (RPG game shop). His disorder now prevents him from doing anything outside. There is no logic to it, there is almost nothing that can be done to fix it. "Normal" people cannot understand panic disorders, so assuming that he just needs to fix it so he can "go get a job" is short sighted and a tad ignorant.It's obvious they are doing fine as an economic unit. They can afford a computer that can play WoW and an XBox + TV and Internet. On a World scale, that's a pretty high standard of life.
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