Chronically ill dating site

So basically you are looking for someone who will go through the agony of watching you die and raise a child as a single parent? How could you even consider putting someone through the pain of watching that happen? And then to top it off, you want to add a child to that mix?Do you have tons of money set aside to help that person raise the child? In addition, have you thought about the fact that the other person is looking for someone to spend the rest of THEIR life with?Or a hefty insurance policy that they could use to put this child through college? I mean, after you pass away, they are going to be in the same position they are in now only this time with a child!Seriously, you have got to be incredibly self-centered to think that what you are doing on this site is acceptable. What you want is completely not fair to the other person.Still Need Help I’m set to move to the East Coast in two weeks.

I agonized for weeks before deciding to move back to Minnesota. On Christmas day, my family had to pick me up and bring me back home after we opened presents and ate our feast.I will also be moving to be with my girlfriend who nearly died recently from renal failure. She is a cancer survivor, chronically ill and still trying to be a nurse to help others, she’s truly amazing. Here’s to a new year of better health, love, and finding happiness.I want to be there with her to show her that she is loved, appreciated and I would like to take care of her. Unfortunately I will be barely making it on my fixed income so I need to help to pay my medical bills and IVIG. Hugs & Happy Holidays – Bryan (Lyme Inside) Tags: Cancer, CFS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic Lyme Disease, chronically ill, Fibromyalgia, FMS, LD, Lupus, ME ______________________________________________________________________________ Dating With Lyme And Rude People I have mentioned before I am trying to date and having no success.I have talked to others about dating with Lyme and they also get rude, mean-spirited messages.I don’t understand how hard it is to ask “what illness do you have” or “I’m sorry you have to go through that horrible disease but you seem like a great person and worth a try”.

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