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When you’re with your first and only boyfriend from the age of 18 to 25, you’re basically a dating virgin when he leaves you for your best friend four months before your wedding (yes, this really happened).
It takes a while to get over it, but eventually you realize you’re ready to move on and want to get back out there. Entering the dating world for the first time at 25 is brutal. Let’s be real: men in their late 20s and 30s should really be way above the crap they’re pulling these days.
Disclaimer: Admittedly, I don’t always date the best people, or at least the best people for me.
Even before I got sick, I didn’t know how to pick ’em, and that’s something that I’m working on.
Vancouver is full of a wide and impressive selection of spots to meet other singles.
You may not have limited time to go out, converse and meet other Vancouver singles.
As such, I don’t want to paint all non-chronic illness partners as demons or garbage cans, because I see plenty of people who have chronic illnesses in happy, committed, and supportive relationships, and that gives me hope.
Well, if you’re me, you’ll tell them up front because I don’t hide who I am or what my health situation is for anyone anymore.
Whether you have an autoimmune disease or not, being single and navigating the dating world can be challenging.
Trying to find someone who vibes with your interests and values, who will be there to support you through the ups and downs of life, and who will love you even on your worsts days isn’t always easy.
The grocery store, coffee shops and online sites are among numerous rarely acknowledged pick up goldmines in the city.