Building a strong marriage and having a strong relationship, along with the struggles of financial concerns and family dynamics can be difficult. But when you add in having one partner with a disability, it can be even more challenging.
Ink in the Wheels: Stories to Make Love Roll depicts their journey as an inter-ability married couple, where one member is affected by disability,
as they build a successful marriage, despite day-to-day challenges.
Their goal is to reach as many people as possible to help break down barriers and misconceptions about people with disabilities. Barton Cutter has cerebral palsy, but that doesn’t stop him from excelling as a writer, coach, mentor and speaker in the disability community, as well as a fourth degree black belt martial artist and self-defense instructor.
Megan is a writer, social media strategist and online reputational manager for organizations, small business and individuals.
She also holds a first-degree black belt and is a martial arts instructor, teaching and developing disABLED PROTECTION along with Barton.
Barton absolutely refuses to have his disability define him. He is modeling what it looks like to not only have a calling but to act on it. If you were lucky enough to meet him you would see that both he and Megan are challenging the very idea of disability.