Just wondering... I have a personality disorder and I'm nervous I won't find anyone that's going to love me because of it. Meeting people causes me anxiety and when I do meet someone, I always have to think about when I'm going to tell them about it.
I'm in my late 20's, single, and I'm beginning to feel like the disorder, personality changes, and outbursts are going to sentence me to a life of singleness when that's not what I want. Is there anything I can do so it doesn't happen? I've been told several times that it probably won't happen for me but I'm kind of hoping the people who tell me that are just being jerks.
I would encourage being honest about it, let a person fall for who you are. I would also suggest don't overthink, many mental health issues are exasperated by anxiety and worrying about it only increase your worry in an upward vicious circle. Explore mental health forums, read the stories of other people and see what advice they have.
Try taking it slow and don't tell the guy about it: let him figure out what you're like for himself and let him decide if he wants to be with you. It's a lot less black-and-white if you don't put a label on behavior.
I'm not sure but we can talk whenever you want. Everybody has a chance to have the life they want, don't let other ignorant or bitch ass people tell you what you can or can't do. Make your own path and keep your head up :)