Now those of you that have either read my blog or seen some of my posts in BDD know that about 2.5 years ago I found out that my liver disease was terminal.
I was devastating to learn at first I was in denial over it for the longest but as time went on and talks with doctors continued, the denial went away. Don't take too long being in denial of this truth though, or it might be all the time you got. I have been diagnosed with HIV for several years now, and initially I thought it was going to be a dealbreaker for a lot of people, but I have been pleasantly surprised to find that generally it isn't.
As the denial went away I started having dream after dream of falling in love again, and every time I would wake up I would feel as though I just lost the love of my life. By letting go of your deep-seeded fear, for starters. If someone likes you, they like you for what you offer them now, not what you might be able to give them in ten years. My advice would be to be open about your condition but don't assume that it is going to stop you from finding someone if that's what you want, because that insecurity will do more against you than any disease ever will.
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On top of that thought, I wonder how can someone fall in love with me knowing that I have terminal liver disease? Would it make a difference to the way you felt about them? please read this ( Posts8276027.aspx), it may be helpful.
First thing that pops in my head is only a woman who wants my money (of which I have none), or wants to collect my life insurance money (of which I don't have) would be interested in falling in love with someone like me. Don't take too long being in denial of this truth though, or it might be all the time you got. start by looking at dating sites that are fitting to your current lifestyle (eg. thankfully the internet offers many gateways to people, regardless of lifestyle; in aid of finding their life partner/potential soulmate. I'm gonna be honest...coming from a 28-year-old widow's perspective, I would not get involved with a man who was going to leave me (not of his own volition of course) and fall in love only to have to grieve again.
So my question is how can I over come this feeling of not thinking anyone would want to fall in love with someone who knows their time is limited? Do I wait until we get started in a relationship before I tell her? Now mind you at this point in my life I have no one in line, I haven't been able to get out to try and date and meet a nice lady, but if I did, or do, how does one handle a situation like this? There isn't anything to write up except what you best think encapsulates who you are and what you are looking for. To someone seeking love, and love in its true meaning (IMO) you have to offer him or her what anyone else does. By letting go of your deep-seeded fear, for starters. I thought I was going to read the OP was dying Terminal Liver Disease, limited life expectancy of less then a couple years if no transplant. THAT SAID, I loved my husband and wouldn't trade my time with him for anything.
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I have always been a giving person, and a loving person.
I have fallen in love a couple time, I was even married once but 3 years later we realized that we were not as much in love as we were great friends so we got divorced.