Feeling depressed dating Yachatsex
My friend is dating a guy who is and I'm just curious if anyone has dealt with this...
This is in no way a weird, judgmental thread so please be sensitive with posts, a lot of people deal with this.
Are there any particular pitfalls in dating that depressed people are more susceptible to than healthy people?
You may wonder why I am not asking a therapist about this…This is because every therapist I’ve ever seen does not take my desire to date or find a partner seriously.
There was just no sense of progress being on Tinder.
A painful breakup can cause you to fall into depression.
Or perhaps, blindly panicking and looking for any solution?
It's so hard to meet new people and move forward when we feel the way we do so hopefully this group will help us to interact, help each other when we're feeling low, let of steam and hopefully meet, arrange days out together and start new friendships.
Hopeful and excited, he frequently logged on the app whenever he could to swipe around, reading other people’s bios intently and going through their photos before deciding if he was going left or right.
However there is one issue I’ve never seen addressed on this site (or any other for that matter).
Suppose you had treatment-resistant depression (or any chronic mental illness), assuming that you had been going the medication-and-therapy route for years to no avail, and that you were doing all you could to help yourself in your condition, but that you were just not able to function on the same level as a healthy person (i.e., too unstable to keep a job, on social assistance, disability status, etc.).
He’d look forward to waking up the next day with a list of matches and deliberate a little before initiating conversation, mostly asking about their music tastes.
He did it for about a week before he felt that the routine was beginning to bite hard.