His condition isn't contagious at all but it's chronic meaning he's stuck with it forever. He tries his best to function and enjoy life, prefers indoor activities but he's not a couch potato; however, the condition significantly limits his ability to do physical things and he is in mild to severe pain a great deal of the time. He's capable of sex but it is sometimes painful for him during and/or afterward. Because of the medications he takes (seizure meds, pain meds, antidepressants), he's also unable to drink alcohol or use drugs. His diet is limited -- he can't eat sugar, artificial sweeteners, caffeine, processed foods, meat or dairy products.
Please answer seriously and feel free to leave any comments or questions.
- No, never.Vote A
- Yes, even if he gets depressed about it sometimes.Vote B
- Yes, but only if he has an upbeat, positive attitude toward life.Vote C
- Other. (Explain in comments)Vote D
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You remind me of my crush. Before I met him, I knew for sure I would not want to be with someone who has any kind of severe medical condition because I wanted him to be fit and healthy.
When my crush mentioned about his chronic pain, and showed me how many medications he needs to take, I was a bit disappointed. The flutter took a step back.
But over the year, the more I got to know him, the more I didn't care and now the answer to your question would be yes, I can certainly date a guy with that condition so as long as he is a good person.
Our problem may be that I like to go out, and not sit at house every single day. I prefer hands on activities while out. If he can't run, jog, or bike may cause some sadness, but I don't think it will be anything major.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE