Most Helpful Guy
That is... very vague.
With depression... eh... I suppose I seriously can't say yes or no till I've actually met a person.
I mean... there are people who on paper you SHOULD like but when you actually start dealing with them you just want to put as many doors , walls , mountains and preferably continents between you and him/her.
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Most Helpful Girl
It would depend on the severity. If it was quite bad, no. Why? Because relationships don't fix mental illness, contrary to popular belief. Also, it isn't fair for someone to be emotionally compromised to enter a relationship where they can't give all of themselves. It quickly becomes the responsibility of the well-minded partner to keep the relationship going and to essentially care for the partner with the illness.
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