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It has virtually transformed my outlook on life to be more positive and open to change.
Despite these personal epiphanies, I find I have a blind spot in regards to the dating world.
There are some truly negative and healthy people out there who have rendered themselves undateable just because they have a bad attitude. As in, "I like hiking, biking, hanging out with my friends, and I'm strangely resilient because I've learned to deal with a chronic illness.
Well, I have this thing..." Usually, I become so stressed I immediately stop any attempt to pursue a relationship with said guy.
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– Suffering From Chronic Fear in California Don't stop dating, SFCFIC.
And don't ever say, "Well, I have this thing." This doesn't have to be a solemn disclosure.