I was willing to overlook this until the next day she broke it off. I got the impression she's on some kind of government disability and her parents are her sponsor and very controlling. Marrying someone who takes these types of meds have to be very careful.I didn't get the impression they liked me probably because I have a physical disability. Many of these meds can cause birth defects of many kinds, be they forms of autism or other view-able handicaps.Doctors and da'as Torah spoke with him and the families involved, but the young man felt his bubble burst and he just felt he couldn't trust her anymore.I wish shadchanim would stop lying about their boys and girls.
Know that one day someone will see how special you are and not marry you in spite of your illness, but because of the valuable tools and insight it has ingrained in you.” Esti had that difficult conversation with her boyfriend and he took some time to think about what she had divulged. The biggest handicap OR solution is in one's own mind: Shmot 21.19 vrapoh yirapeh; sh'mot 15.26 ki ani H" rofecha.
Mental illness can add a significant amount of additional stress to the dating process. Marriage is a lifelong commitment with your other half, built on love and accepting someone’s strengths and weaknesses.
The thought of revealing a part of you that you try to keep hidden from everyone is daunting, even terrifying. It is important that your future spouse knows you and your imperfections before getting married. Hopefully, the person who discovers that the person he cares about suffers from mental illness will see this issue in the greater context of his partner’s life.
Relying on a third party to tell you everything about a prospective spouse is a terrible idea.
A shadchan, if one chooses to use one, makes an introduction; it is the couple who need to do their due diligence to learn about one another and determine if they are appropriate for each other to marry.