Anxiety and depression runs in my own family, @Homicidal_Queen so I know first hand what to look for and what to deal with and How hard it is to Contend with. I was the More fortunate one here, dear, Not to have had to go through any of this because with a 'Disease' which it is, mental illness, it is very difficult to endure for sure. However, if you don't Know that person you love has something wrong, then if you love him or her unconditionally, you stay by their side and try to help them through whatever it is they Go through. I have Dated someone in my own life who I suspected had the ADD, which is in this line of ADHD, and it is very hard at times to deal with someone 'Special' like this or for them to hold down a relationship, especially when they need to be on medication. Good luck. xx
I never let another persons battles dictate my feelings. I had been diagnosed with 2 of those three and it would surprise me if i had all of them. Regardless I would make sure to be there if they needed me, that to me is true love.
yeah there was this girl I met at the hospital long story she was susidal lul I can't spell swore it was love at first site but I manged to skrew it up (kinda) but maybe it wasn't cuz I learned she had a boyfriend and met her again at my job couldn't find words to say I mean she seemed happy to see me again and stood there for awhile while swollowed words
You should not be in a relationship with someone who drags you down. If it drags you down now, it could progress. Depression comes and goes, usually with small lifestyle changes. You need to weigh the pros and cons of the relationship, but if you're not ecstatic to hear from them when you do, I would just take it slowly.
anxiety comes along with having adhd. Though for me I have adhd and Asperger. So for me dating someone like you describe. It wouldn't end well because we would both have issues trying to build each other up. So it's best to be with someone who doesn't have any mental issues when you do. It helps you out more overcoming them some.
With my current boyfriend I seem to become better. As in because he thinks so logically. It helps to make my head more leveled out. Which helps me improve on the negative parts of having both. Or any part that I have some control over. Out of all the guys I dated. My boyfriend is the only one who didn't go running for the hills. He has A LOT of reasons to leave me due to shitty things I have said or done. Still he stands by me and it makes me want to try harder. Since he excepts me for who I am. Though he doesn't except the negative parts. Though I don't except those either. Still he's the best thing to ever happen to me.
Yeah, does he really have all of those disorders? I remembered my first ever crush we were going on good terms and he had ADHD with psycho illness and he confessed love to me in second week whilst going back to his Ex. I'm not saying people with ADHD are evil but at his age, he may be a tad unstable so do be careful. My answer would be no, based on that and I already have family members who got Autism and all that. I have other mood disorders but I've learnt to cope with it, so if my future charming has a dark past I would probably be more compassionate depending on what it is of course.
Anxiety, maybe depends on the seriousness. Depression, no since I'm sensitive for depression and can get in one myself if I hang around too much with a depressed person. ADHD, probably also depends on the seriousness.
I am an emotional being and seeing a therapist to get my life in order. I'm sure people are very caring; but on the flip side I have notice it can be emotionally draining for some. Not just in a relationship but friendships too.
Good to know people can be acceptive of a person with mental illness. Gives me hope in the dating scene and maintaining good friendships.
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