Schizophrenia and dating
Talking to him about it has helped a huge amount; and also I'm finding that if you try and ask questions rather than fighting to find answers it's easier to break teh ice with people.
And you need to forgive yourdelf a little too; lots of people with no mental problems at all still find themselves uncomfortable meeting new people, or tounge-tied when it comes to chatting.
I am now married, a father of three, working, and studying.
Sometimes things can be tough, but there is light outside the cave of marginalisation, alienation, isolation, bla bla bla.
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Hi Guys, I have an issue with my condition:schizophrenia and dating.
Alot of people are scared of the word schizophrenia and naturally want to build some trust before revealing my condition.
Working has been a great help to me, it has allowed me social contact, and the daily practice of social skill, we all had those when we were young kids, unless we were in the unusual position of very early onset of the condition.
My advice if you have a girlffriend who doesn't know, well hey sell it to her.
I'd like to hear from anyone that feels the burden of schizophrenia and perhaps any advice in the dating area.
I can't really help you with that one; I met my husband when I was 21, and since he was a psychiatric nurse on teh ward where I was a patient at the time the diagnosis was never an issue.