Dating someone with ms
Its like, THIS is why I fall down, get tired, can’t walk straight and is only fair to let them know.
Its true, some folks run a mile, and drop you like a hot brick but you seem to be doing the opposite so i think he’s won the jackpot there!
In fact, all credit to him for being honest and coping so well and with such optimism.
I don't have MS, but (without going into details here) have had huge battles in my personal life I've had to fight over the last four years or so.
I am so not going to judge him or make a snap decision.Welcome to the world's leading forum on Multiple Sclerosis research, support, and knowledge. If you can be understanding when she doesn't feel up to it, be supportive when she is feeling low and enjoy the good times I think you will be fine! She is actually home right now due to a "flare up". I'm hoping we can have our second date either this weekend or next. You sound a lovely guy, interested, considerate and committed..For over 10 years, This is MS has provided an unbiased community dedicated to Multiple Sclerosis patients, caregivers, and affected loved ones. I'm new to this forum so I'll apologize in advance if I ask questions that have been asked a million times before. She thought that her MS, and being on crutches, would have scared me off. There are many people on this site who do not have MS but are in relationships with people who have ms. When that happens she is in extreme pain, and has to stay in bed. I think your lady friend is perhaps a bit apprehensive and perhaps even in conflict - ie, she may lack the confidence to see in herself what you see in her.you hardly want a sticker on your head saying I HAVE MS.But if it looked like going anywhere THEN I did tell em.