Our expert says:
I understand your point, of course, about letting a disabled person dress in a manner that looks nice and doesn't make them stand out too unpleasantly ; but then practicality does need to be part of the decision, and so, too, should their preferences be taken into account. Does Ne maybe prefer shorter hair, or find it annoyin g when its long enough to hang in her face ? Its nice i she looks "stunning" to you --- but if that feels uncomfortable for her, is that really "stunning " ? As you say, maybe it's you who has an issue about how she should look ? Its revealing when you talk about "what if she LOOKS disabled" ? Disabilities vary has to whether they are visually obvious to others, or whether they are something that can be hidden. Is it really YOU that needs her not to look disabled ?
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