It's probably the timing that makes me extra upset.
Just as I'm in the midst of working with Mayo Clinic to find a reasonable solution for a recently-diagnosed cervical spine condition, I see this headline on Live Action News:
"People with disabilities do ‘live boldly’ — and they’re not better off dead"
The movie the headline is referring to is called, "Me Before You." I'm totally going to spoil the ending for you, but I really don't care because I'm hoping you boycott it anyway.
In the movie, a young woman, Louisa Clark, falls in love with Will Traynor, a wheel chair-bound quadriplegic whose mother has hired Clark to care for him. Traynor's mother is hoping that Clark can...READ MORE