Dating is never easy right? When do you feel it's the appropriate time in a new reltionship to discuss that you have epilepsy? How early do you bring it up when you meet someone? I've just signed up because I have a brother with epilepsy and he's just gotten back to dating and we were wondering the same thing.
Sometimes my dosage makes me out of it or lethargic. And by doing so, by actually sitting down and telling them are you make too much of a big deal about it? He goes out with girls who can talk openly about epilepsy. I think it's very important to ask: I think a few of you need to grow up and stop being this way.
Many people with epilepsy have fulfilling relationships with a partner. Seizures are a physical symptom, but having epilepsy can mean far more than the physical impact of seizures, for the person with epilepsy, and their partner. Many people manage seizures well, but seizures can be unpredictable, frightening or shocking, both for the person having seizures and for those who see them.
Have you used disabled dating sites? Do they work? Maybe you had a really positive experience and found someone special?