Toxic relationships disrupt life and can introduce infinite waves of abuse and pain.
It is not uncommon for individuals who have never been involved in this type of romance to wonder if their partner has a disorder.
It’s something that is just as me as being blonde or Italian or snorting when I laugh.
That’s because HCV causes few to no symptoms until its effects become more severe.
Most people with the infection won’t know they have it until the symptoms of liver damage begin and medical testing reveals the damage.
HSV-1 is the one that usually causes cold sores around your mouth and lips.
HSV-2 is the one usually responsible for genital herpes.
This includes going to school or work, spending time with family, and getting back out on the social scene. You may feel like it’ll be even more difficult if you have the hepatitis C virus (HCV). Keep reading to learn more about how to navigate the dating scene when you have HCV. This infection leads to inflammation in the early phases and ultimately to liver damage.
Many people with HCV will go undiagnosed for years or even decades.
The partners of individuals with psychopathy, narcissistic personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, and antisocial personality disorder are often left with emotional and physical scars.
For many of us, it can be difficult to determine if our partner is healthy or if their behavior patterns are indicative of a problem.
Hey, I don’t like it either when I have to ask for the sausage rigatoni without the sausage.
If you have a girlfriend or boyfriend who doesn’t eat meat (or gluten, or orange-colored foods, or whatever), talk about it. Then it will never be an awkward thing or cause resentment or passive aggressiveness. If you know there is chicken in something, tell me. You are used to having lots of menu options; it’d be nice for me to have a few, too. Don’t act annoyed when I have to give the waitress special instructions.
None of those things were good ideas because I never caved.