You are not any different to my neighbour who has care needs and regular specialist treatment.
Have a little self belief and confidence that not everyone discriminates.
I just know that I wouldn't get on with someone like me. Thanks to those that have provided their thoughts about online dating.
As my personal details explain, I am curious by nature & have registered on the No Longer Lonely : Online Social Community for Adults with Mental Illness website.
"And let's face it, depending on what [the illness] is, it could very well make you uncompetitive in the larger dating pool." Health.com: 28 days to a healthier relationship Fortunately, there are a number of alternatives.
A new breed of dating sites has emerged to play cupid for people with chronic diseases and disabilities.
(Health.com) -- Lana, a 38 year-old publicist in Los Angeles, California, was diagnosed with genital herpes in 1997.
Since then, she has "kind of been hiding" from the dating scene.
although, in my case, no point bothering with one either, haha), and a 'personal statement' where, to have any hope of a response, you have to write the standard; 'ambitious, outgoing, likes travelling, enjoys nights out but also quiet evenings in with a bottle of wine, yada yada yada BULLSH*T!
' Unless you're good-looking, in which case you can pretty much write what you want. look at it this way; if somebody is really 'outgoing', travels a lot, etc., then why can't they meet someone in their everyday life?! we have an excuse - our condition - but what's their excuse? Rhetorical question, because I'm going to tell you - their issue is one or more of the following; i) Unrealistically picky - such people usually have a list of 'musts', which is either so long that it's unfeasible to find somebody who meets that many criteria, or has criteria which directly contradict each other.