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It’s possible to find true love and I hope I’ve inspired you to risk taking the chance on love if this is what you want.
The first Share Post in May will talk about National Mental Health Awareness Month.
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For those of us who want to try dating other people, the Schizophrenia: Public Attitudes, Personal Needs survey (conducted by NAMI, June 2008) revealed: “80 percent of members of the general public expressed discomfort with the prospect of dating someone with schizophrenia who has not received treatment, compared to only 49 percent if the person has received treatment.” This is understandable. I’ve written elsewhere that people with schizophrenia need to take their medication and stay in treatment as part of the social covenant of living with others in society.
The odds are OK that a guy would want to date you or me if we were in treatment. It’s only fair that a guy wouldn’t want to date a woman who didn’t take responsibility for her own health. Be authentic and own up to the idea that we’re all vulnerable as human beings.
The diagnosis is the icebreaker and after that you have to prove yourself, just like in any relationship.
In my humble opinion, a diagnosis of schizophrenia becomes irrelevant to who you are, thus it is not stigmatizing, when you have a “full and robust” life of your own choosing.