- Yes - because...
- No - because...
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Most Helpful Guys
I have dated women with depression and anxiety. As long as we match, I have the stamina to deal with the issues that will arise from her having those issues. However, that is only if there is a true connection, otherwise I am not willing to deal with her issues.1
I am currently dating someone who has anxiety and has been battling depression. And i don't regret it one bit, we started the relationship because i didn't know how else i could be with her and i really wanted too help her, which i now realize wasn't really tought out but ir worked out, and after some months she is on the verge of recovering. And it is just an awesome feeling knowing that i helped her and that by doing soo i also improved my life as she is just great and i love her so much.4
Most Helpful Girls
Everyone gets nervous at times, but if the guy had generalized anxiety disorder or something similar, we aren’t going to work out. He will make me feel like I have to walk on eggshells just to keep his mind at ease, and that will quickly lead to me stressing out whenever we are together. Whoever is saying yes here, they need to consider the potential repercussions of their decision and the toll it will take on their well-being to always have to be the stable one in the relationship.2
No. Because I have had my fair share of problematic exes.
I used to have this Saviour Complex about people. When I was younger, I always found the problematic weirdos attractive. Even my friends were like that. I felt that no one will understand them, but I will and something beautiful shall come out of it. That was stupid. I was too involved in trying to fix them that I forgot to live my life. Then I gave up and I wanted to accept things as it is. But that was hard too. Because the other person was never going to change and it was hurting me. I am not against anyone who would want to date someone like that. Just that I can't.1