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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.
Every time I raise this issue in the therapist’s office, it gets dismissed. I’m really interested in getting your opinion on this whole complex issue. And not in some sort of vague, quasi-sympathetic way either.
There are only so many amazing jobs out there and everyone is forced to make tradeoffs.
I remember watching “A Beautiful Mind” and the feeling of frustration at not being able to think my way out of my own depression. At the same time, I wouldn’t recommend that anyone marry someone who is depressed. And frankly, I don’t think anyone “deserves” love just like I don’t think everyone “deserves” to be a millionaire.This is not to say that depressed people are not as “deserving” of love as anyone else in the world. If I am to be objective, Kristi, we have to look at romance much in the way that we look at work.Work on yourself first.”Essentially, I’m asking you “How does a depressed person find love in a society that believes that depressed people are not deserving of love? Once I got past the initial trauma and found my footing, the turbulence passed and I’ve been lucky enough to have smooth sailing ever since. You can appreciate all the reasons you have to live and all the blessings in your life but still not feel good about it.But I’ve never forgotten what it was like to have that demon inside me and not be able to conquer it. This is just my long way of validating where you’re coming from: I wouldn’t wish depression on my worst enemy.Or if your condition did not improve and you stayed that way your whole life, would you be expected to live a celibate/companion-less life?
Are there any particular pitfalls in dating that depressed people are more susceptible to than healthy people?