Dating someone chronic disease
Yes, it is part of your life, but it’s just that “part” and not “all” of it.by kevinbarry at 2/12/2010 PMSexploration — By Brian Alexander Most of us do not have a chronic disease but for those who do or those who have friends who do, this article might be of value. Other special interest dating sites have sprung up based on mutual health issues, especially STDs. She has also been featured or quoted in the Associated Press, Newsweek, O Magazine, Parade, Redbook, Woman’s World, Town & Country, New York Magazine, The New York Times, The New York Daily News, The New York Post, The Los Angeles Times, and Web MD. Saltz from any of her repeated appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC’s The View, Dateline, ABC’s 20/20 and Primetime, Fox New's Bill O’Reilly and Glen Beck, CNN’s Larry King Live and Anderson Cooper 360, HLN’s Jane Velez-Mitchell and Joy Behar, among others.In Stephen Chbosky wrote “We accept the love we think we deserve.” And this is true.
Some people, especially newly diagnosed, may question whether they are worthy of having a partner or finding love.
Saltz worked toward her degree in Psychiatry, she did her residency in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry at Cornell-Weill School of Medicine and The New York Presbyterian Hospital.
She explained, "I became particularly interested in the impact that illness had on the mind" and went on to do a fellowship in treating sexual dysfunction - a topic that she says was rather taboo at the time.
Add to this a chronic condition and it compounds the problem even further.
However, just because you have diabetes, fibromyalgia, survived cancer or have something else doesn’t mean you don’t want love in your life or that you wont find it.
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But how much enduring love can a shared health condition really provide? But a romance can be tough to keep going even for the fittest lovers.