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Dating someone with mental illness

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So we asked 21 people what they wanted their partners to know about dating them, the challenges that their mental illnesses can bring up in their relationships, and how they hope their partners respond to the inevitable rough patches.

A recent study by the UK mental health charity Time To Change found that 57% of single people would not date someone with a mental illness. 'It would depend on the situation.' They were shocked. And that's not stigmatising the person in question. Mental illness is treatable, and if the girl in question had sought help for her illness and had learned how to manage it such that it had minimal or no impact on her life, then I'd feel privileged to date her.

ating someone with a mental illness can be challenging for many people.

A common mistake many people make when entering a relationship with someone with a mental illness is they want to fix them.

You will find yourself putting in so much effort to try to make them happy and get disappointed when they aren’t… You have to realize that a mental illness affects the brain and how they see the world.

Despite this, do not get discouraged if you do not feel appreciated whenever you do something for them.

The first thing that may come to mind when you first learn of your partner’s condition is to opt out. The answer is, you’ve gotten yourself into a relationship that you now realize may have a few additional obstacles, but what relationship doesn’t experience its hurdles anyway? That really depends on the nature of the condition as well as its severity.

And while I have a lifetime of experience dealing with these quirks of my body chemistry, total mastery will always evade me. After I bring it up, it often goes like this: “So ADHD means you have trouble paying attention? I take Adderall sometimes to be more productive.” (He then might ask me for a few pills. For years I’ve worried that once someone knows the full extent of who I am—the incapacitating lethargy of my depression, the flightiness of my ADHD, the bottomless stomach­aches of my anxiety—they won’t want to stick around, and I don’t blame them.

At the end of the day, mental illnesses can make many people numb.

Any relationship is difficult, but with someone with a mental illness, you have to be more careful, but it can work out.

Let's call a spade a spade - until the person manages to recover, dating someone in this situation is going to be a roller-coaster.

I know because I've been the mentally ill one in a relationship, and I've also been the healthy one dating someone who's mentally ill.