Dating someone chronic illness


22-Nov-2017 09:15

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Most of the aforementioned diseases can be controlled with medicine, diet, exercise.

BUT, some of them can be debilitating and the patient could end up an invalid.

I think the key word there is COULD, not will but might.

It’s not fair, and most importantly not true for someone with a chronic illness to think that they’re not good enough to be with somebody who is medically fit and well.What I’ve come to realize is that when I begin to tell myself “this person is not going to accept me for me” or “I’m not good enough,” I am really saying “This isn’t going to work.I need to find someone else.” This type of realization is super painful if you initially thought you could have something good with the person.It may have only been a couple of months that I’ve been in a relationship with Ruth, but it’s been the best couple of months of my life so far. If you’re reading this you’ve probably found her website, and understand a little bit about her illness, or to be more precise her illnesses.

Friends and family have supported my decision to be in a relationship with her, but it doesn’t stop them asking me if I’m sure I’m making the right decision going out with someone who is poorly. When I write this post I will refer to Ruth, because she is the person that I’m in a relationship with.Finding the right person to enter into a relationship with can be tough for anyone.