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God knows she didn’t want to dance at that time, so she walked up to the balcony. ”“ I really am not feeling it tonight, can we please not do this today? And yet, why was she faced with a day such as this. He had been all along secretly meeting a therapist and he chose not to tell her because he was afraid she’d leave him. She learnt to not say things like She gave him enough space to be himself and just be.The man standing at the balcony smoking a cigarette, turned to her and said a chirpy Hello.“The music too loud for you? ”“But it’s the the third time this week, what’s going on! His inability to tell her what the problem was, drove her crazy. She was resolute to get to the bottom of what was bothering him. He was unpredictable and it kept getting harder to talk to him. She hated herself for not reading some of the signs that were hurled at her once in a way. She loved a man and his mental torment wasn’t going to chase her away. She knew she had to be there whenever he needed her. She kept reassuring him that he more than deserved her and he was just perfect for her.As difficult as it may be for a person diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, how hard do you think it can be to date or live with someone who suffers from anxiety attacks?To be with someone who is constantly depressed, afraid, or panicking? You have to understand what the person is going through somehow, to be able to accept the reality of the situation and not fall apart as well.

If you have ever found yourself dating someone with depression, you likely have a lot of insider’s relationship tips to share.[Read: How volunteer work can heal depression] #2 You need to come first This is pretty much the opposite what we *think* we should feel towards our partners.