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  1. So I met a guy who I really liked. We went on a few dates, then I ended up spending the night last night. Once I got home, he texted me and asked me what medications I took this morning, which I was honest. He said that hasn’t scared him away, but he has been distant and stopped texting me. I know the answer, but it just makes me depressed how stigmatized we are as a community and I wish I never spent the night with him. I’m sorry for the long rant. Anyone else experience anything similar while dating?
  2. A man I am rather fond of and has shown other flirting behaviours before referred to me as "The lovely (my name)" the other day - im not quite sure exactly what he meant if that makes sense? What do you think could be the deeper meaning behind this? Was he flirting perhaps?
  3. Wanted to post this topic for a LONG time. Started dating again after almost 30 years a few months ago. My experiences have been all over the map. AMazing, indifferent, awful and confusing. Right now, after a second date with the first man MY age, I don't feel any.....spark. Physical affection? A desire to rip his clothes off? What am I supposed to feel? He is NICE, CUTE, LIKES ME, FUN, but I wanted to leave after a couple of hours of dinner. He is very safe and relaxed, Laid back which is great for me. Seems sharp and into life, independent. BUT....whenever I talk a
  4. I've not really been on in awhile. So, some things have changed though. I finally stopped accusing my boyfriend of cheating on me. Literally, one day I just told myself I was going to stop. And I did. When I would begin to worry, I would ask myself if he was actually at work late (and if I didn't believe myself, I'd call. If he didn't answer his cell, he was at work. If I needed more assurance. I called his work, which they don't really care if I just ask if he's about to leave.) He's even given me his time cards (they bring them home everyday.) And he made a good point, he goes to work,
  5. A little background: I was in a long term relationship with the father of my children for 10 years. He knew about my bipolar and stuck by my side through ups and downs....until I had a severe manic episode with psychosis. I've been single for 3.5 years now and I am kinda avoiding the dating scene because of my bipolar. Who dates? How do you approach the subject of having a mental illness? Should I just settle into spinsterhood?
  6. It is deep and dark, and you must never come there with me!" Does anyone else hide their symptoms from their partner? I excuse myself for being "busy," "tired," or "not feeling well" if I'm depressed, or just straight-up hide if I'm feeling hypomanic. I have never had a relationship survive my partner seeing me symptomatic. Thoughts? Fellow-feeling? Advice?
  7. Hi. I'm curious. I'm 42. I'm twice divorced, no children. I've not dated anyone for 2.5 years, by choice. I'd never went longer than 4 months. I've not even held hands, let alone had sex. I did go on a very tame dinner date a few weeks ago, but the guy is a friend and I just don't feel that way about him, so it wasn't too hard. I noticed I didn't want him around my personal space, though. No setting beside each other, no setting close in the truck, no holding hands, no snuggling and only 1 very brief hug when I got home. The guy lives in my apartment building and that alone has made my PTSD wo
  8. I'm fun, smart, and pretty, but I can't help but wonder, "am I doomed to die alone?" Actually, the real question here is, "Is it fair to ask someone to choose a life with Mood Swings and Mania?"
  9. I'm not really dating this guy, but we're in the talking stage, we've been talking since October 17th. We don't have tons in common, but when we first met i felt a spark. And that first night, the idea of sleeping in the same bed made me upset honestly. Like i've never hated the idea so much. We've had a few fights, started by me...oops? I get paranoid easy and keep thinking he's ignoring because I'm kind of clingy. But I don't feel the butterflies as much as I did in the beginning. We have a good sex life, we have the same morals, and I see myself having kids with guy and getting ma
  10. Hey everyone I'm super crazy for feeling this way but I can't get over a guy I dated a year ago. The worst part is that my feelings are as strong as they were a year ago... How sad is that. I saw him five or six times over the course of a month- how is it possible that I haven't forgotten about him? I'm admittedly not very well versed in relationships but is this love? I know its really stupid for me to feel this way given the fact we casually dated but I can't shake the feeling away. I guess I'm just looking to see if anyone has experience with things like this or has any input in general.
  11. I realize there are probably a thousand threads on this topic, but how do you break the special news, if it's not obvious. I like to be up front. It hurts too much to be rejected for my symptoms further down the line. I've gotten everything from stereotypes about mentally ill people being better in bed, to well-meaning friends, saying that though I'd have a lot to offer the right person, they thought someone would also have "a lot to put up with," to some people who are simply attracted to instability and drama (I'm trying to become more stable). I know there are people on this site in s
  12. I think I'm ready to get back out there after a dating hiatus. I think that online is my best bet for meeting guys. I've looked into eHarmony and match.com, and both are pretty expensive right now. I've used both in the past, and my previous experience was that match is more of a meat market than eHarmony. What has your experience been? (I'm 39, divorced, no kids, female, straight, if that makes any difference.) Thanks in advance!
  13. Hey All. I just went out last night for the 2nd time with a guy I am interested in, and I am worried that he didn't kiss me or make really any moves despite him seeming interested and my best efforts to show interest. For starters, I have a hard time with being insecure in the first parts of any "relationship" or "dating" situation-- for all I know, it wasn't even a "date" at all. I feel pathetic because I'm 30 years old and don't "understand" how to date. I have been in two long term relationships (5 years and 4 years, respectively) since age 16, and for any of my other shorter dating exp
  14. I think about this a lot. I'm not currently dating due to shame about my weight issues but there's a concept I have always struggled with which is: if you meet someone new and you start dating, when do you tell them about your MI? I feel like if you tell them when you first meet they are very likely to bolt, but if you wait until you know them better and feel like it's going to "go somewhere", they will get upset about being lied to or kept in the dark about who you really are and feel betrayed in some way (regardless of whether they stay in the relationship or not) How have some of yo
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