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I think this all depends on the specific health issues and what one wants from a relationship.
For instance, if someone had mental issues which with appropriate medication, could be stabilised/managed, I wouldn't really see that as a hinderance. On the other hand, should she be fully unstable and/or volatile, I really wouldn't consider that person tbh.
Pretty much, as long as the health issue, physically, mentally, emotionally, etc. is manageable in one way or another and she it isn't exactly something contagious or immediately terminal, I wouldn't even consider it to be an issue.
Now this isn't necessarily a "health issue" per say but if someone had some genetic defects or tendencies, or just basic genetically make up (blood type, group, etc) that might clash with mine and this was someone I was thinking long-term, kids, etc then of course, health issues will come into play here.
But I don't want kids, so I guess that's redundant in my case.
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