Dating someone with down39s syndrome
That being said, to a large degree, a person's bipolar disorder contributes significantly to their behavior, personality, and relationships.
With that, you do have to learn to love the whole package, so to speak.
Understanding your boundaries and what you are willing to accept needs to be crystal clear.
In addition, continue to take care of your own body's needs like eating nutritiously, sleeping, and exercising.
Often a misconception is that people on the spectrum want to only date others who are on the spectrum. We just want to find someone we connect with and can be ourselves with.
We aren’t mind readers so tell us when we may be going too fast or too slow.
Some people on the spectrum tend to fall on the line of having an ‘invisible disability.’ That means that if we are on a date, you may not see any characteristics of autism on the surface, but it doesn’t mean we’re not on the spectrum. This isn’t different for any human being on this planet.Sometimes transitions can tend to make us feel overloaded. If it works out and we both care for each other we will make it work.Like autism, love doesn't discriminate based on race, age, gender, religion, sexuality and disability.Love me for the person I am and I’ll do the same with you.
Knowledge is power, so learn as much as you can about your partner's disease.
It’s painful to watch someone you care about suffer and not be able to help them.