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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.
Some people get lucky in the sense that they were already with their significant other before they became ill, but others get the experience of trying to find that special someone while carrying a load of emotional and physical medical baggage around with them every day.
If you’re in the dating pool, but need some help, here are five tips to make it less daunting, from people who have been in your shoes.
“If I’m feeling well on the date and nothing comes up that makes explaining necessary, I don’t bring it up.” But sometimes, you don’t have a choice but to spill it all, and shouldn’t be afraid to do so. “[Living with chronic illness] often come up on a first date because it affects many parts that make up the totality of who I am.
If we order food, the fact that I have Celiac and will vomit profusely if I eat dairy often leads to conversations about why I can’t eat those things,” says Raposo.