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Have you ever dated one of those people who blamed everyone else when something bad happened? The son they had together is now 12 years old. I tried to steer him away from that topic, because 1. He has never taken responsibility for cheating. So this woman is taking care of a child and an elderly woman all day, every day. Senor Shorty gets home and demands that she make herself more available for sex. He also controls her money and transportation.
He said that if we were going to be in a relationship, that being sick was just part of the package, and he had no plans to change his plans, as long as I wanted him here.
And it was the most amazing evening. Originally Posted by ChessieMom.
STT Resident. Why do you have to text? Can't you just call and talk to her?
By them giving your partner the independence where your can helps give them confidence and support. This is greatly appreciated by someone with a chronic illness because the world often views us as being fragile. If you're dating someone with a chronic illness, they will look to you to help support them, and treat them as an equal. 4. May 20, Why Dating Sucks Six Reasons Dating Sucks And We're Officially Sick Of It. Brian Keaper. May 20, Share Tweet Flip. 0. Shares. When you say you want to take me on a date, I know you're taking it seriously and that I'm not going out with some year-old kid. (Which wasn't appealing even when I was ) I want you to ask me out a few days before and plan something. I want you to put some effort into dating me.
Good grief. Originally Posted by FelixTheCat. She was on a school retreat. I think she fell and hurt her arm, leg, back, etc. Sounds like some scrapes and bruises.
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But I don't know all the details. What you are describing sounds normal. What if I didn't offer to bring her something? That would be rude.
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If she doesn't accept the offer that is fine. What irritates me is that I didn't act mad and I am not expecting to see her, but I am still having these words put in my mouth, just because I am checking to see if she's ok or needs anything.
Anyway, I'm going to be "busy" for a while. Originally Posted by D Something seems fishy OP. Why not pick up the phone and talk to you? A simple "I feel like butt, and just don't wanna see anyone.
I need time to get better. Maybe she isn't feeling right either. I just reread your post. Is that the deal? Pick up the darn phone and call her.
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Yes, there will be times when I do need help with an assortment of things from basic tasks to injections, but let me ask for your help. By letting me ask for your help, that allows me to keep my independence and gives you the right opportunities to help me.
Even down the line when you know your chronically ill partner very well, you will learn when they need help with out asking for it, which will be appreciated because I know you have learned and studied my personal illness so well that you know my body langue and when I need help.
Also, there is a misconception that a chronically ill person will not ask for help.
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Even though we trust you, we will ask for help even if it comes to the most basic tasks. Dealing with the side effects.
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Dating a chronically ill person does not just come with an illness and set parameters. There will be side effects mentally, physically, and even from the medications.
So when dating a chronically ill person, there will be more than just the illness at hand. Such as with me, where my physical illness has given me mental illness side effects such as depression and anxiety. To a non-chronically ill person these can be normal, but if they are a side effect from from a chronic illness they will manifest in a different light.
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So please, partners, do not downgrade our side effects, and be ready for them because they can affect us as much as our original diagnosis at hand. The bad days.
When dating someone with chronic illness, there will likely be bad days that will test your relationship. The bad days can be bad for me with such a extreme amounts of pain, needing help with everything, or a bad diagnosis. So as a partner, do not let these affect the relationship because the bad will pass. With these bad days it can make our relationship stronger, so I know if you can sit through this and be strong for me, then I know I can trust you. Be there. By being there when I get sick you can experience what it is like with my illness, and can help me through it.
While helping support me, it can be easy and hard at the same time. So even having you there just to sit with me can help me, make me feel more at home, or take some of my pain. For a non-chronically ill person dating someone with chronic illness things can become really scary. However, at times I will need you to be the strong one.
Such as when I have a medical emergency, or have an upcoming surgery, I will need you support and you to be the strong one, because again - millions of things can be going through my mind. Also, by you being the strong one, it gives me the confidence to know things will be OK. The simple things.
All of these simple questions can make my day because my partner is keeping my illness in mind, but also my over all well-being, and not just the illness itself. Even little things such as getting my pills out for me when I wake up, or bringing a nice dinner home instead of going out, are little things a partner can do for someone with me.
By doing this, you are helping with my illness, or making it so my illness is not limiting our relationship.