Dating diabetic man
Dating diabetic man - are dating
Whether we are dating or friends, I will still have diabetes and have to be around him so if he can't handle it, then the type of relationship we have is not going to change that.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. We've hung out quite a bit together, get along great, find each other attractive (both of us have admitted this too each other) however have not done any sexual with each other.It seems that almost everybody on here is married so I have no idea if I will get a response.But i wanted to know if the single people here volunteer their diabetes upfront or wait a while.I have had dates that were very understanding when I do not eat dessert or drink that alcoholic drink or they see my Med bracelet.However, today he sent me a text saying that he could never turn "us" into a long term relationship because I have Diabetes... I told him right from the start that I have Type 1 Diabetes so it would not be a surprise.He asked alot of questions about it and I explained how it works, whats going on inside my body, explained how I control it and that I can live a perfectly normal life as long as I take certain necessary precautions for example carrying a juice box with me, making sure I eat right and exercise ect.I spent the next 17 years on a rollercoaster ride to hell.
He survived 4 more brain injuries and his problems only got worse.
I've never ever come across this situation before where a guy has said that he likes me, likes being around me, wants to see but can't see something longterm only because I have Diabetes?
It's not like I'm going to drop dead or anything any time soon.
I take very good care of it and no other guy has made this an issue in the past.
I thanked him for his honesty but said I would need some time to think about it.
It's for the best that he doesn't want to date you anyway. I have dated many guys who up front tell you they are fine with your sickness/disease/disability, and really they are not.