It won't do any good to you as well."Live life to the fullest" - I'm pretty sure we've heard this one.But you realize the meaning of life and happiness only when you give happiness.Or if your condition did not improve and you stayed that way your whole life, would you be expected to live a celibate/companion-less life?
Work on yourself first.”Essentially, I’m asking you “How does a depressed person find love in a society that believes that depressed people are not deserving of love? Once I got past the initial trauma and found my footing, the turbulence passed and I’ve been lucky enough to have smooth sailing ever since. You can appreciate all the reasons you have to live and all the blessings in your life but still not feel good about it.
But I’ve never forgotten what it was like to have that demon inside me and not be able to conquer it. This is just my long way of validating where you’re coming from: I wouldn’t wish depression on my worst enemy.
Some things that are additional perks for you might be the fundamental needs of another person. If you think that dating someone with depression would drag you down into a depression black hole as well, you are absolutely wrong. You have to know that you have to pull your partner out of the depression by building up their confidence, making them happy, making them realize that every cloud always has a silver lining.
You need to build positive energy around that person, and trust me, when you see that person smile, you'll be the happiest person on earth.
Have you ever heard of the saying that if you really want to know what life is, try living it for someone else.
Try making someone else's life better rather than making your own life a bed of roses. When it comes to dating a person like that, i would say why not?
There are only so many amazing jobs out there and everyone is forced to make tradeoffs.
Some will work for a ton of money doing something that they don’t like.
I will take you out to dinner for 5 years so that you can really get to know me.