That makes perfect since. And, I totally understand. My gf also has some mental health issues. We went to hich school together and were friends for a long time, but we became even closer when she
opened up to me about
some negative thoughts she had been having. Fortunately, I was there for her and I understood. She talked to me and when things got bad and I worried for her safety, I told the counselor who got her parents involved and sent her to therapy. I was afraid she would be mad, but she thanked me; and so did her parents. I saved her life.
Since then we had been close. She was a friend so I never really considered dating her...and I knew the type of people she often dated, which (not to be mean) were a lot less than what she deserved. She had told our friends that she really liked me, but she was afraid to tell me and finally one night she did... I thought about
it and decided I didnt want to pass up a chance.
A day later, we were dating and have been since. Its only been over 3 months. But, we totally understand each others problems. Im sure she is completely head over heels for me.... but I have yet to decide if its worth it... I stay very confused on where I stand with her. So, like you, it will probably take me some time to fall for her completely, but so far it has been worth it 100%.
We can have some moments, but we always apologize right away because we both know what kind of days we can have and that we dont mean to fight about
anything so... things are resolved quickly and put behind us.
So, I totally understand what you are saying... and thanks for saying it.. it lets me know that I am not alone and its not just me. That gives me hope that we can also be together for a while. And, I have really needed that! Thanks
Lyrica (15 months-quit Feb. 09), Paxil (10 months-quit 6-4-09), Cymbalta 6-6-09(horrible effects), Rozerem, Melatonin, Currently taking: Prozac 40mg (July 09), Trazadone 100mg (Sept 09), Focalin XR 5mg, Clonazepam 1mg, Wellburtin XL 150mg-Fibromyalgia, Depression, Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Eating Disorder, ADHD, Dysthymic Disorder, OCD
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