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A recent study by the UK mental health charity Time To Change found that 57% of single people would not date someone with a mental illness.When the study was published, numerous people tweeted or Facebook messaged me the results, and expressed their disappointment and disgust about the stigma surrounding mental illness.Other times she'd feel so insecure that I'd have to spend hours trying to convince her that, yes, I did find her attractive, that yes, I did think she was funny, that yes, I did think she was interesting, that yes, I did think she was . I realised that she was always going to be this way, and that if I stayed with her, she'd just continue to drag me down with her. And in such a case, I wasn't discriminating against her, nor was I being prejudiced.
Not everyone has a propensity to deal with such difficulties - even if those difficulties are likely to be temporary because the mentally ill party is receiving treatment.
And I don't think that's being prejudiced or discriminatory. We all have our tastes and preferences in potential suitors, and I don't think it's fair to play the stigma card just because someone would rather date a person who's not mentally unstable.
Sometimes we feel very disturbed to see them chained like this, but perhaps this is the only way for the family to keep them in control,” he said.
“The family says that they have shown them to various doctors in nearby areas, but to no avail.
I know because I've been the mentally ill one in a relationship, and I've also been the healthy one dating someone who's mentally ill.