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The more extreme physical chronic illnesses can make dating seem unrealistic or especially difficult, causing people like Pierce to think, “don’t even tempt me.”One major issue chronically ill people face in dating is disclosure.
The question of when to share the illness with a prospective partner fills online forums, videos, articles, blogs, conferences, and discussions.
” and explained that she doesn’t want anyone to interfere with her active life.
Freelance writer Sascha Rothchild, in an article on Match.com, considered the question of whether she’d date a chronically ill person.
And while it's unlikely he would spread the disease through protected sex, he’s had a decent number of people turn him down.
How guys responded to her illness in the past helped Swindells separate the quality from the non-quality, though, as she reversed the deal-breaker onto them, using her illness to determine if they were the type she wanted around when things go wrong.“If my time were cut short, were they the one I wanted to know was by my side or could I trust that they would be? “Or if I was left impaired from a seizure, were they someone who would love me enough to stick by and take care of me no matter what?“I was like, ‘Oh yeah, I was in a coma.’”The classic coma excuse.