Dating people in pain
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and chances are you’ve got to fill in the blanks on the medical history earlier than they even get the full personal history.
I do wonder sometimes it is easier to start a new relationship with them knowing what to expect than it is to change those expectations once they’ve already been established as part of the relationship? Recently, the great folks at the Rehab Lab at UNB sent me a poster for a study that they’ve been working on.
I think it varies with everyone, and I trust myself now to bring the topic up when I feel it’s right.
– Ali (The Invisible F.com) Now, in addition to telling someone your whole personal history you have to hit them with your medical history as well…
I’ve written previously about how chronic illness affects sex in relationships.
The sad truth of the matter is that sexual dysfunction is almost the norm for those of us with Fibromyalgia, and for many other chronic illnesses.
The study isn’t published yet but the topic is important enough that they wanted to send me the info in advance.
The topic: Sex in New Romantic Relationships For Those in Chronic Pain.I've chosen to live positively, to fight back with diet and lifestyle changes and it's made a huge difference for me.The difference between living all my days in bed, and actually LIVING.I still don’t know if it’s best to tell the person in the beginning or later on.Truth is I don’t think there’s a one-size-fits-all answer.Those of us in committed relationships feel we have more social support than those who are not.