Dating service for people with mental illness
I wanted you to get to know me for me and see my personality and who I really am without it." He looked at me with genuine care and said, "Eleanor it doesn't matter.
I want to be with you for you, the fact you have an illness doesn't bother me in the slightest. Tell me more."So, for two hours, I told him everything.
“These experiences have enabled you to help yourself and others in ways nobody else can.
Ultimately, after many conversations, he realized how special Esti is and was undaunted by the challenges her illness might bring their way. The biggest handicap OR solution is in one's own mind: Shmot 21.19 vrapoh yirapeh; sh'mot 15.26 ki ani H" rofecha.
They got married and are living happily with mutual support and honest conversations. Emunah/Bitachon; Believe in yourself, and Believe in others. As my son is going into the "parsha" now I have something to say on the subject.
It may be a good idea for him to speak with his partner’s therapist or mentors who have seen her thrive when the illness is creeping up on her and work together to create strategies to cope with stressors that otherwise may strain the relationship.
It is important for him to learn to see life through his partner’s eyes and gain a better understanding of where he stands. to name a few, Very common especially in the ashkenaz..many brilliant achievers have Aspergers!