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Ever got told your partner is a hero for dealing with your disabilities?

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    • kateafranklin

      403d

      @kateafranklin except he never says anything about them and always wants to help me out which is incredible

    • kateafranklin

      403d

      Sadly. :(

      • kateafranklin

        403d

        @kateafranklin except he never says anything about them and always wants to help me out which is incredible

    • ItchyAndScratchy

      403d

      No, nobody apart from my mum and sister can cope with it.

    • DaisyMae7

      404d

      What partner he couldn't handle my problems

    • AnxiousPotato02

      404d

      Yes I have, it happens more then not and sometimes it's really discouraging because in my mind I'm like 'am I really that bad?' Or my favorite one ' you are a horrible person because your partner could be with anyone else but sticks with you because they feel bad' my mind plays nasty tricks

    • Meeeeeeeeeeeeeee

      409d

      We both have chronic conditions, I often get told by people who know him that I must have the patience of a saint and he gets asked by people who know me how he handles me sometimes.

    • Marjo

      427d

      My husband is an Angel and has rallied since a life /death event. Sometimes it takes a “wake up” for individuals to realize how fragile life is. I believe we all experience trials and tribulations during our life journey! Life is messy!

    • SecondChance

      427d

      No my wife doesn't provide me with support with my disability because she doesn't understand what I need and even if she did she couldn't provide for me

    • Karrieanne73

      427d

      No one has told him but he really is a hero. When we met I was sick but o kept getting diagnosed with more and more things, hospital visits, surgeries, procedures, my mobility changed from walking to walking with a cane to know walking with a cane for small amounts then using my mobility scooter. My depression just keeps getting worse. Seeing doctor, therapist, or physical therapist is a full time job. He’s had to do things that most men would have ran for the hills . … but he stayed and he tries so hard to be supportive. He doesn’t quite understand all that goes on with me but lord that man tries. He’s patient and he has learned to understand when I’m getting to overwhelmed when out and about. He helps me up… o could go on and on about all the things this man does for me but yes I would definitely say he’s a HERO

    • 100p

      429d

      My mom is my hero and i love her and she does more for me than any mom would do for an average not ill child because she is a loving mom and my person i love her and always advocates for me and guides me i love u mama

    • JuniperJayde

      429d

      My mom gets told this. She is my hero but not because of my disabilities, she is my person and immediately shuts someone down if they say this, I'm very lucky to have her

    • EliteLexy

      429d

      Yes. To be fair, I have said it also, though

    • Kasi

      430d

      I don’t know, but I’ve told him he’s my hero. I know I’m a bit broken, but he holds me together with his love and understanding.

    • Appleicous

      430d

      Don’t have one so no

    • Reb9

      431d

      Yes but he is. ❤️

    • AngieBear1025

      432d

      Yes by many people. He is a Sweet man and a hero when I need him to be. I was born with birth defects and sometimes he has to carry me to the bathroom

    • PEMprincess

      432d

      I’ve been feeling doubtful that love and romance will find me. I’m happy to see so many people like me in beautiful, happy relationships. Restores my hope 💕

    • Froggo12

      432d

      Yes. My parents told my wife she was a goddess for being able to handle me. Thanks mom and dad

    • AndromedaSpark

      440d

      My parents get told this all the time. Like I'm not a human but a burden.

    • SapleMyrup

      441d

      Yes a counselor said something along those lines about my former partner and how he handled my mental illnesses. he was actually abusive and used my illnesses to manipulate and control me. but on the outside everyone thought he was such a hero for putting up with me and “supporting” me. i don’t want a hero.

    • Muffen91

      442d

      He hasn't been told that he's a hero for being with me. He has been told that he's such a "trooper" for putting up with my challenges. He just replies back with "I'm the lucky one in this marriage. I have learned so much from her and I feel bad for you thinking that she's nothing but perfect for me."

    • UnknownGalaxySystem

      442d

      No, but if someone does I swear I wouldn't be happy.

    • SomeKindaKid

      442d

      I’ve had people tell me they’re gonna hate and leave me lmao

    • 4byfour

      442d

      Nah my last partner was never treated or talked to like a hero. Honestly I didn’t feel like he had anything to do with my mental state. I guess that’s why we broke up, but at the time, that was the healthiest way I knew how to deal with my mind was to keep heavy boundaries. At the times I lowered them I think that’s when we suffered the most as a couple

    • Satans_lil_devil

      443d

      I can imagine how many times he has been told. It's gotten to the point I've always broken up with him so he doesn't have to "deal with me."

    • Veesgreengarden

      443d

      He's been called a saint and told by so many people that if they were in his shoes they'd have left a long time ago.

    • Willowthepillow

      443d

      I tell him that. I have mood disorders so he had to put up with so much shit from me

    • ickyichthyosaur

      467d

      I was only in a relationship once, and not recently. I was in 10th grade with only a "provisional" autism diagnosis I didn't know about and no known medical issues. All her friends acted like I was their pet project. My brother, on the other hand, has done so much to help me and dealing with me while I was in crisis worsened his ptsd. I don't care if people say he's a hero because he is.

    • Keeby

      467d

      Yes my nan told me this after she met my boyfriend 😥

    • DahliaAnn

      467d

      Often, I feel bad because I don't feel up to doing what my spouse wants to do because I'm feeling painful. Ex: bike riding, walking together. etc

    • J.ess

      468d

      I've been told my mom is

    • I.am.Lucy

      468d

      No, but only because my husband don't take them serious and ignores any struggle I face with them. My ex was a hero in his way with dealing with them though

    • Crystal605

      468d

      Thankfully no on my end but I know my partner has heard stuff like this. Early on in the relationship his parents would constantly tell him that I’d leave him because of his disabilities despite me having a lot of the same disabilities as him.

    • Bre19

      469d

      Thankfully no

    • Georgie.Girl

      469d

      ❤️

    • bboyonline

      469d

      if my partner is a hero, what am i?

    • moonlit_shiv

      469d

      Yes, and he is a hero! Dealing with disabilities is difficult, but it’s a whole different challenge when it’s a loved one that is disabled. I respect him a lot for his strength throughout everything. I’m sure he respects me for mine too.

    • gizmogal

      477d

      Probably I imagine that everyone in his life tells him he could do much better and I'm sure they all ask why he's with me . When he could be with an attractive healthy person .

    • DrakellaEuphrates

      477d

      I think we are heros to each other. We both have mental health issues. No one has said it on the outside though

    • ice9kills

      477d

      no, people usually say i'm a burden on him 😥

    • Lonelyturtle

      477d

      Hahaha no we both have anxiety and adhd 😂

    • LeoLovesFrosty

      477d

      My partner and I are both disabled but he honestly is my hero for dealing with my issues along with his own

    • Lunako

      478d

      No, no loved one understands

      • Oouchthathurts

        478d

        @Lunako I’m so glad you found Alike. You have a big support system in place here with so many people who do understand. You’re not alone!

    • Oouchthathurts

      478d

      I’ve never came across this in my lifetime and to think people would actually leave you over a disability/medical illnesses/issues is just crazy to me. A good relationship is a two way street filled with good/bad and support maybe they are not mature enough to be in a relationship or never been exposed to disabilities or medical illnesses/issues throughout their life. My thought on people leaving or not wanting to be in a relationship with persons with disability’s or illnesses is that they could be one step away from having a disability themselves and for them it would take walking in our shoes for them to understand our world. But don’t worry there is a different breed of people who are definitely out there and do have that understanding what people with disabilities and illnesses-go thru on a daily basis, these super hero’s are the ones who are not afraid of making that life journey where ever it goes with someone they care about and support and then they love you thru life’s hard knocks! 💕

      • Chesbro99

        467d

        @Oouchthathurts my partner is thinking about leaving our 4 year relationship because he feels alone because he has to do so much and hates that he has to do so much and my condition isn't even that bad yet. It's very hard

    • wolfbeck

      478d

      Words to that effect... They didn't mean any offence by it so I didn't take any. At the end of the day my partner is mine and my families hero, I wouldn't be alive if it wasn't for him and would definitely have zero quality of life. He says I would do the same for him if our positions were reversed which obviously I would but the point is they aren't reversed and probably never will be... I worry every day it will get too much for him and he'll leave. I don't know what I'd do without him

    • royalty

      478d

      He hasn't been called a hero but I know people have implied behind my back that he should leave me.

    • JuliusSeizure

      478d

      If only I had one. Right now all I have is my mom and my doctor.

      • Oouchthathurts

        478d

        @JuliusSeizure and Mom’s are the best! They are your always your number one fan.

    • Jgrazia89

      478d

      Mine is definitely my hero. Don’t know where I’d be without that man. 🙌

    • BraeburnGirl

      478d

      I don’t think my partner gets enough credit, honestly. I get told all the time how strong I am and how brave, but I wish people would tell him that, too. He is my rock and without him, I’d just fall apart.

    • Moxie_Bluesky

      478d

      Nobody has ever said that to my face but we both have our own chronic conditions. His are more obvious than mine so folks tend to see me as his caregiver.

    • casperjasper

      478d

      Never been told it, but I believe it. I feel bad that they have to deal with my issues, and I know it can effect them :/

      • KikiJay

        473d

        @casperjasper I feel exactly the same. I feel guilty and wonder why he stays with me.

    • hydroepilepic21

      478d

      Nope, because I've never had a partner.

    • Pasazer

      478d

      YES yet we both have to manage things with each other’s disability.

    • willow_mae

      478d

      no, but we are in a long distance relationship. my hero possibly though, he’s the reason i push through some of the worse days

    • darkpanda

      478d

      Well my ex was my full-time carer but will I was in hospital for 2 week he broken up with me cos I was to much for him

    • faerywyrm

      479d

      People told me he was a hero for putting up with my disabilities, but he left because he couldn't deal with even a small portion of them. He's a firefighter. He's a hero in life, just not at home.

    • RhiRhiRob

      479d

      No, but we both have our issues, and we help each other through them so yeah maybe he is my hero without him I wouldn't be here

    • Thefreddo

      479d

      No but I'm sure people think it, and so do I. She always tells me not to thank her for doing the 'bare minimum' but honestly she is a hero to me, I wouldn't be here without her.

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    • FTW

      479d

      No. She left me, told me she didnt want to date and she is going to focus on the kids and then started seeing a man.

    • mommabug82

      479d

      Yes! Dealing with my issues is a full time job

    • tigerbear

      479d

      No. We both have chronic mental health problems, she has a chronic pain condition, and I'm AuDHD. People have no idea how tough it is!

    • Lilspoonie

      479d

      To be fair my partner is a hero to me

    • Frustrated

      479d

      No

    • Chan

      479d

      👍yes.

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