If there’s one thing I know about depression, though, it’s that it’s devoid of logic, and you can feel your lowest and your highest all at once.) My dating history is checkered, to say the least.
It's mostly a trail of intense but short-lived relationships, with a few regrettable one-night stands sprinkled here and there.
On the other hand, the tangle of depression, anxiety, OCD, and borderline personality disorder in my head came fairly close to talking me into a swan dive off of a fifth-floor Paris balcony last week.
(If you’ve never suffered from depression, it might sound nonsensical that I would do this at my most self-confident.
Whatever way, telling your parents that you have a boyfriend can be intimidating, but if you approach the topic the right way, they might be willing to accept the news.
A couple of unhappy years with someone back home who loved me when I did not love him.Breaking the News Dealing With Special Circumstances Coming Out as Gay to Your Parents How to React if Your Parents Disapprove Community Q&A Maybe you're a teenager with your first boyfriend, or maybe you're already a little older but have always struggled whenever you have to share news of a relationship with your strict folks.Alternatively, maybe you're a guy yourself, struggling with how to tell your parents you're gay. I'm 36, single, live in Brooklyn, and work in publishing.I love gloomy Victorian novels, obscure Korean horror films, Premier League soccer, and knitting.