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Ruth loved it when one day I came in to see her and brought her a teaspoon, the extra spoon she needed to give me a hug.It’s not fair, and most importantly not true for someone with a chronic illness to think that they’re not good enough to be with somebody who is medically fit and well. Apps, online dating sites, texting and late night booty calls have really changed the scene, making dating complicated even under the best of circumstances.But for those who are chronically ill, sometimes dating and relationships end up being much more draining, both emotionally and physically.

If you knew that about someone, how much effort would you want to put into a developing a close relationship??? I had my thyroid removed as a child so have to take medication for it the rest of my life.

So with all this, who in their right mind would say it’s a bad thing dating someone with a chronic illness?

Sure, there’s lots of tablets to take round with us, sometimes trips get cut short or cancelled because she’s in too much pain or her body physically doesn’t have the strength to do some of the things we plan, but isn’t a relationship about the emotions and feelings you have between you?

Some people get lucky in the sense that they were already with their significant other before they became ill, but others get the experience of trying to find that special someone while carrying a load of emotional and physical medical baggage around with them every day.

If you’re in the dating pool, but need some help, here are five tips to make it less daunting, from people who have been in your shoes.