Dating someone with mental disability

When the study was published, numerous people tweeted or Facebook messaged me the results, and expressed their disappointment and disgust about the stigma surrounding mental illness. Why not? You're a mental health advocate! How can you, of all people, say that you may have a problem dating someone who's mentally ill? You're such a hypocrite!
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Should You Date Someone With a Mental Illness? | HuffPost UK

There are so many misconceptions about dating someone with a disability. So, to help dispell some of these myths, we recently shared a blog post from Becky, whose partner Dan uses a wheelchair, about common disability and dating questions. I could go on forever, listing things that are amazing about being with Dan. When someone has a disability, they usually need to be really open and honest from the start. They need you to understand their disability. They need you to know what they can do, and when they might need your help.
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The survey reflects findings from a unique social experiment [3] conducted by Time to Change which disturbingly shows that people with mental health problems face significant stigma and discrimination when trying to find love or share a flat. The social experiment involved seven people with mental illnesses posting ads on dating and flatshare websites in two phases. At first the ads appeared without mention of their mental health problem, but after some weeks these were taken down and replaced with the exact same profile but this time with a line disclosing they had a mental illness. For one participant, Erik Baurdoux, who is the face of the new Time to Change campaign and stars in an online film about his experiences in the social experiment called Don't Get Me Wrong, the results were more shocking. Erik said:
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Relationships are challenging for anyone, but for someone battling a mental health condition, that illness can often hinder more than help. A mental health disorder acts like a magnifying glass to problems. It convinces the sufferer that they don't deserve someone's affection. It can cause them to be distant. The good news is, knowledge is power when it comes to mental illness.
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