I'm not a very high-value partner, but I look ok and have good social skills, so some people still express interest. If I go out with someone, I feel guilty because I'm leading them on that I'm an ok person.
My biggest issues are that I struggle with mild, but definite mental illness and I think my ex gave me an std, but I'm having trouble getting diagnosed definitively.
So... Both make me very low value, but I don't want to express this to everyone I meet. I feel trapped in these circumstances.
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No offense here dear, but if you aren't laying your cards out on the table ahead of time then you are just doing this to yourself. It also will weed out guys that just want to get in your pants. The STD thing is important. Did he give you herpes or what? Things like this are important to discuss with people you are dating and plan to have sexual relationships with. Also consider more therapy.
Most of your reasons for being low value are things that can be dealt with. However if you are just going to revel in your short comings you are never going to be happy.
The whole thing with kids? if you want kids then you can go to the gynocologist and find out if you can or can't have kids. Being on meds is an issue. And yes your kids can be prone to mental heath problems. But again something to discuss with your potential partner.1
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