It's one more thing to be considered when both sides are in that critical evaluation stage.
And psychosis...well, just stay away from anything flambéed. We take them with us, along with our bodies, minds (yes our minds) and spirits as we walk or, in my case, stumble our way to recovery. Not how graceful we are, but that we're heading in the right direction and surrounded, hopefully, with people who are heading our way too. Usually, if you preface your issues with the reasons that they got there in the first place (i.e.
I was born with it, had a tramatic childhood, was dropped on the head as a baby, etc) the shock value diminishes. THEN you launch into the list of steps you are taking to "deal" with your issues.
Unfortunately, not all of these couples are still together!
Now this real-life couple is clearly only in the of dating, according to Soap Digest.
Sometimes the chemistry that two characters experience can be easily transferred into a real-life romance and, just like anybody else, many soap actors find true love while at work.
Below is a list of some of our favorite soap opera characters on GH, who have shacked up in real life, and found some romance while working on a soap opera set.
It's not a sure plan for success, but it gives you a fighting chance.
And, we're human too, despite the cards we were handed. I think that any sort of medical diagnosis adds another layer of complexity to a new relationship.
We're just like everybody else (for those of you without a psychiatric disorder - you may not want to hear that). One time, when I got out of the hospital - I kept running into this guy I liked. Then there are the specifics: after appetizers - but before dessert? you should only disclose bipolar disorder while eating something mild and stabilizing, yet still richly complex..a classic Fettuccine Alfredo.