Also, talk with your healthcare team about any problems you are experiencing as there may be treatment available.
Keep your dialysis schedule in mind and when you typically have the most energy.
Get a cute pair of get your hair did and buy a new lipstick color…
You pick yourself up and get back out there super-fox, because in the end, you deserve love.
The person you are dating may have questions but be afraid to ask.
He or she may have emotional reactions or comments due to a lack of knowledge.
Allow them to ask you questions and make it an open door discussion.
Think about how you view yourself and remember to lead with your best characteristics. Admittedly, these are never easy to talk about, especially in a new relationship, but it’s important that you be open with your partner.
Therefore, your diagnosis isn’t something that you need to necessarily share right away.
Many people have a part of their life they are nervous to talk about when dating, whether it is a chronic disease or a life circumstance, such as being divorced, having children from another relationship or even a recent break-up.
If they're sad, they may question whether they're still desirable. However, millions of people manage to date happily with STDs.
Sometimes, that's because they don't know they have an STD.