The love story behind these photos will touch your heart

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Sweet Escape Photography captures a touching story of a couple from Jakarta. When the girl was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, she thought she would never find a man who would love her—until she met her then future husband and everything came up roses for her.


Sweet Escape Photography is an international online photography service that helps people capture the special moments in their lives.

Celebrities like Anne Curtis, Solenn Heussaff, Heart Evangelista, and Andi Manzano are huge fans of this international photography service.

Browsing through their official Instagram account, one photo caught our attention.

This photo of a couple from Jakarta, Indonesia, was the most touching of all.

“It has been 22 months since our first date, we're about to tie the knot this year in May, on the same date our relationship began, and I'm constantly touched to see the sincerity and the selflessness he has consistently shown from the beginning. He is never embarrassed to go out with me even when I often trip and fall, or even when I'm on my walker. In fact, he always helps to push my walker whenever I get tired of walking. His positivity and acceptance makes me feel safe and energised. When I was first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, I questioned whether there would be a special man with unconditional love that can dispel my doubts and captivate my heart. And I found the answer in him.” Beautiful testimony from @t.edwinda. These stories of unconditional love and sincere acceptance never fails to warm the heart. Let’s show them some love, comment below. Captured by Kevin in Jakarta #SweetEscapeJakarta

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They were set to marry in May, and the girl was full of emotions having found a partner in life.

The girl—who has the Instagram handle of @t.edwinda—was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

According to NationalMSSociety.org, multiple sclerosis "is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body."

She thought, with her condition, no man would ever love her.

But, as she narrated to Sweet Escape, her worries faded away when she met her now-husband.

The photo caption read: “It has been 22 months since our first date, we're about to tie the knot this year in May, on the same date our relationship began, and I'm constantly touched to see the sincerity and the selflessness he has consistently shown from the beginning.

“He is never embarrassed to go out with me even when I often trip and fall, or even when I'm on my walker.

“In fact, he always helps to push my walker whenever I get tired of walking.

“His positivity and acceptance makes me feel safe and energized.

“When I was first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, I questioned whether there would be a special man with unconditional love that can dispel my doubts and captivate my heart.

“And I found the answer in him.” 


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