I completely agree with you! As someone who suffers from depression it's hard to see that people won't give me a chance because sometimes Im not In a great mood or I need some extra support or love. I would like to say that I really don't think you are a dead beat at all! I genuinely believe sharing your feelings the way you have makes you more of a man. I really appreciate your opinion and I hope that one day a women will help you conquer your depression, but until then please stay strong!
This guy right here hit the nail right on the head. I can speak for myself and many guys who deal with depression that this is one of the biggest factors.
yeah I haven't been diagnosed for major depression but ADHD brings it's own form. but I have been with depressed chicks and it was not that bad at all.
I agree except collecting disability doesn’t exempt someone from being a good partner.
Awww 😂 this is super sweet!
Thank you 🥰
I'd say I used to be a bit that way when my brother killed himself.when one day i made myself so known as a former dj and met some wicked dj, s and got Involed up Devon and cornwall playing dance tunes and boat party's. Till one day I'm walking home with me little 7 year old boy. And his mum left us both, after cheating on us. And two years later shorty my mum just died
Thats so sweet❤️
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I agree with your opinion for the most part. However the only bit that I don't agree with is, when you said the women expect men to have no issues. I feel that statrment is only for a small amount of the female population. I think it's unrealistic to expect anyone to have no flaws. It's apart of what Make you human. I understand that some women can be judgmental but there are some that aren't.
No of course not
Exactly so why would you consider not dating someone in the first place based on something that is a part of them, if you like someone you take them as they are or you don’t truly like them.
I agree with you!
There's a profound difference between the two scenarios. The first deals with the lack of knowledge of what caused the depression and the person as well (since you're getting to know them) as well as the development of trust. The second has the aforementioned established so the individual dating the person who suddenly became depressed is able to better assist the individual.
I disagree. Depression isn't a constant, people can have it their entire life and it only affect them once a blue moon an not know the cause because it can be triggered by more than one thing.
The phrase "relationships are destabilizing" makes me sad. But I would have to agree that when you are wrestling with your own inner demons, the last thing you need is to be going through a rough patch with a significant other.
@WalterBlack thank you. I think good ones are not, but so often we have our inner stuff... try to lean on the other for love, or hurt the other person with our humanness... even by accident, it it strikes emotional chords within us that are not good. Trouble soon comes. There's good relationships, but mine haven't worked, and part of the problem is me, I accept that and work on me.
I understand what you mean, my ex made the same to me, but... I had learned a lot of things of it, and I lived some of the best times of my life then.I would suggest you to give you another value apart of making him better.