Dating sites for mentally ill
It’s a great feeling and I take no credit as the community (which is our awesome members) has done all of the work!
You have put yourself out there and keep doing so on a daily basis which to me is an inspiration to all.
Meredith collects data to deliver the best content, services, and personalized digital ads.
To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA's App Choices app here. It’s hard to find someone you click with, but it is even harder when you have an illness. They “get it” or “totally understand” because they know someone with a mental illness. I try to be open about the diagnosis and what that means for my behavior. Well, that brings up its own set of difficulties because when you meet someone online you aren’t really talking to them. So, how and when do you talk about your mental illness: before the first date or after your second? Make no mistake: some individuals are more understanding than others. I don’t like to hide things and I like everything to be out in the open. It can be scary and intimidating to a lot of people. You do need to know the person first but hiding your illness can make things worse in the long run. That said, some would argue you need to get to know the person first, and they need to get to know you, and I agree with part of that - at least to an extent.