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She learned that people do best when they are in long-term, loving relationships."I just intended to keep the friendship, but 6 months later we were married." That was 37 years ago.You know you’re superficially compatible, but what about the important things—values, life goals, political beliefs?Let’s say you care about this person enough to consider spending the rest of your life with them.
I love him a lot & I believe he loves me too (he's said he does...)I suppose what I'm really asking is can I expect our relationship to evolve, or will I always be a compmentalised part of his life? It doesn't sound like your boyfriend is this extreme. If he's taking his medications, he should be stable. It could be part of his personality to not want you a part of his friends and family. Maybe others have some other situations that it turned out good. He needs to talk to you and you both need to put how you feel. He offered to come round to mine after he'd been out for 'a drink'. It's hard to walk away from someone you love, but harder to live with the fact that one is being 'used' (whether intentionally or not) Aw, I'm sorry that this happened. Of course, he didn't have the mental illness, I do, but it hurts and it's not fair. I know you will find someone that will treat you the way you deserve to be treated!! The daughter replied see, she can't show me any affection without someone directing her. I have been in a relationship for 8 months with my partner(? He has 'insight' into his illness & takes his prescribed meds, I thought he was maybe just a little shy & eccentric when we first met, but early on in the relationship he told me about much separate from the rest of his life.He's only had one girlfriend apart from me, who he met whilst sectioned, she committed suicide.People with schizophrenia tend to avoid social situations, and that makes it tough to form friendships."Social relationships are quite impaired in people with schizophrenia," says Philip D.