Dating someone with a terminal illness
Perhaps we could learn something from these heartbreaking confessions on the harsh reality of dating someone with a terminal illness." data-reactid="24"Falling in love and dating is hard enough, but can you imagine the added stress and heartache of loving someone with a fatal illness?
Some have gone better than others, but none have gone terribly.That alone can cause anxiety sometimes, but I still remember the sinking feeling I would get knowing I would inevitably have to have the "talk" with them. I guess, technically, I did have baggage but who doesn't?!Over the years, I've dated a bit and can truthfully say everybody has baggage and, quite honestly, some people need to rent a storage unit for all of theirs so mine began to pale in comparison. Don't put anyone else on a pedestal or think of yourself as "less than." We're all a mess -- just in different ways.Would you date something with a condition like this, knowing: There's a saying that love conquers all, which in the day-to-day life of someone who is forever ill may or may not be true.Love certainly makes you feel less horrible, but it doesn't change the fact that you're in pain and that things probably aren't going to get that much better very soon.But a month ago she is diagnosed with Chronic liver disease and doctors found she has liver psoriasis due to a rare autoimmune condition.
Doctors say her condition will get keep getting worse in next few years and eventually it will end her life. She loves me a lot and I love her a lot too but she won't be around forever.
You will become very ill, angry, depressed, unable to do things you otherwise could. If anyone within the same time zone as you has the flu/cold/pneumonia/etc, you'll get it even if you're just at home.
Slowly, you are forced to sit on the sidelines while you watch your body deteriorate, your mind following.
it must have been and still is hard for you to deal with your loss. I wish the best of luck and happiness in your life.
breaks our heart every time we watch/read it, but it’s one of our all-time favorite books (and the movie was pretty good too). Then earlier this year, we met a real life breaks our heart every time we watch/read it, but it’s one of our all-time favorite books (and the movie was pretty good too). Then earlier this year, we met a real life couple who lived and loved to the fullest before passing away just five days apart.loving someone with a fatal illness?
As if dealing with a chronic or even terminal illness weren't enough, many people are getting sicker younger these days, putting them in a position to deal with things like dating, college, and/or a variety of other issues that we never used to address because they didn't come up as frequently.