i didnt develope bmine until after i was married. he has always been supportive.
I told him very early in our relationship. I wanted him to expect my moodiness and all that. He was very good about it. He didn't want to stop seeing me for that. I think that if you have a good feeling about your relationship you should let him know fairly early. On the other hand if you think " this guy is kind of a jerk " don't mention it.
I told my bf pretty much when we first met last December. He seemed like he would be supportive, but I think we are actually going to break up because of it.
I told him fairly early, I think. He has health problems too, of a different sort. Honestly, I don't remember how it came up in conversation. He has some mental illness in his friends and family, so probably through discussing that?
When I met him, I was on drugs and mostly in remission, I was in a group of what I thought were good friends and a perfect life. He was with me through a drug change, 3 pregnancies and a VERY unfortunate (short) time on birth control.We knew each other 2-3 years before we got married.
I've never "dated" anyone I didn't already know for months before, so they know what they're in for. I do get rejection, but it happens so much earlier in the friendship that it's not what you're looking for.
Well I met my husband in the hospital so we both knew about eachother from the get go.
We were together at the Doctor's office when we found out. He is super supportive.
Wasn't until 21 years later I got sick.
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