This leaves you with no one to talk to at night after you get home from work and this makes it very difficult for you to find anyone that you can enjoy anything with socially.cared enough to talk to me when other people treated me like it wasn’t worth their time to try to talk to me at all.
Other people acted like if I couldn't do what they could do that I wasn't worth talking to.
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I think so, because you never know when out of the blue you will meet someone that you connect with on a very different level that just seems to understand you, in spite of what you are physically going through because of After all, I reasoned that I still needed social connections after I was given the diagnoswitis of Multiple Sclerosis.
I am not really sure as to what brought us together in the way that it happened, but I do know that at the time that I met him, David worked second shift.
Those who work first shift are at work before you are even awake for the day and when you get home from work, those who work first shift are already in bed for the night.
If you decide to go on another date together, you can decide whether and how much to disclose about why you cannot do certain activities.
I felt like I was a waste of time to everyone else, but not to David. I did not feel so out of place when David and I talked. I had not really felt like a person for much of the first 2 years after I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, because the doctors and other people around me acted like I was a constant "sick patient" that they were just visiting out of pity more than because they really were concerned about me as a person.
When talking about multiple sclerosis, the subject of MS and dating may seem like a trivial one to raisebut that is only so to people who have never been single and managing the disease.
Actually, I probably tell far more people far more information much sooner than I need to.
However, many people do not feel quite as compelled as I do to disclose the fact that they have MS to everyone whom they encounter, especially in the already strange and fragile world of dating.