I had two relationships in college, one of which was pretty serious, and another one a few years later.
I haven’t had a proper relationship in a couple of years now which is due to several factors: how busy I’ve been in grad school (grad school part-time job highly active autoimmune disease), my health has prevented me from doing many things like meeting new people, many people are gone as soon as they hear “rheumatoid arthritis,” and I’m extremely picky.
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Also – there’s an accompanying You Tube video to go along with this post, but that will be out later this week. This really depends on your condition, how it affects your life, and how serious a relationship you want this to be.
If you’re just looking for something casual and it doesn’t affect too much of your life, then you might not need to.
But if it affects many aspects of your life and you’re hoping that this will be a serious relationship (or at least not casual), then you probably should. I like to slip it into a conversation naturally when something related comes up because my RA is a huge part of my life.
Joanna has and she knows there is a diamond in the rough out there worth looking for. Social Clout: 626 followers, 77 likes URL: Bragging Rights: Being single doesn’t define you Victoria, who created Advice from a Single Girl in 2006, doesn’t let her relationship status determine who she is. She’s brutally honest and doesn’t mind giving readers the juicy details of her dating and sex life.
She loves sharing the details of her life with readers like you, and while she currently got out of a relationship, she still has a lot to say about being a single dater. As long as she’s single, she might as well make the most of it, right?