FEELING REJECTED

  • 7913p

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    Mar 06, 2014 2:12 PM GMT
    Hi I am feeling rejected and unwanted. I got rejected a lot of times in row for over a period of a year. I am just thinking is the dating scene for me. I am tired of being hurt and lead on. I wanted a long term relationship not just hook-up. I have Epileptic Seizures.
  • 7913p

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    Mar 06, 2014 2:39 PM GMT
    I would like to here comments and thoughts please.
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    Mar 06, 2014 3:37 PM GMT
    7913p said Hi I am feeling rejected and unwanted. I got rejected a lot of times in row for over a period of a year. I am just thinking is the dating scene for me. I am tired of being hurt and lead on. I wanted a long term relationship not just hook-up. I have Epileptic Seizures.

    So do I. What kind are yours? The convulsive, once called Grand Mal? Do you know what originally caused your epilepsy? Disease, head trauma, unknown? Do the guys rejecting you know you have epilepsy, and have any witnessed your seizures? Are they mostly under control with meds? What meds?

    I ask these questions not to be nosy, but because they may be relevant to your specific rejection issue. I've experienced some dating problems due to epilepsy, too. PE me if you prefer.
  • 7913p

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    Mar 06, 2014 3:42 PM GMT
    I have Grand Mal. They are not really shore what the cause is. My dating relationships just never work. Most of the time they do not know. But the stress from the rejection is not good.

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    Mar 06, 2014 3:50 PM GMT
    7913p said I have Grand Mal. They are not really shore what the cause is. My dating relationships just never work. Most of the time they do not know. But the stress from the rejection is not good.

    Yes, stress can lower your threshold for having a seizure. What meds are you taking? Again, you can PE me if you wish.

    I ask because some anti-convulsants have an effect on your personality. They can also make you slow & dull. For me Dilantin was the worst, it was like always sleep-walking. Plus some doctors automatically put epileptics on anti-depressants, as well, as they initially did with me.

    Problems were that they further zoned me out, I became like a zombie, plus I developed ED. That condition is never likely to make you popular with the boys! LOL! Nor being a dull, emotionless zombie.

    So that your epilepsy may be a factor here, even if not directly due to your seizure episodes themselves. If that's the case, there are ways to mitigate that.
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    Mar 06, 2014 4:45 PM GMT
    Trust me, it takes time and effort to be in a relationship. I would personally say the seizures do not help. If my boyfriend has seizures, I would be scared shitless.
  • Karl

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    Mar 06, 2014 4:46 PM GMT
    I completely understand that feelings.
    All my life, I've been rejected because I'm really into the dating scene and guys just don't want something serious like I do.
    It's horrible and made me depressed many times before.

    Currently I'm still figuring out how to move on but the thing is I have a big faith, I keep telling myself "yeah my world stops spinning when I found him, let's try again".
    Dont lose faith in love <3

    TRY AGAIN.

    p/s: at least you used to be in relationships. I have never got one.
  • 7913p

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    Mar 06, 2014 9:43 PM GMT
    I not giving up. I all ready do not like my body and stuff. I guess it because I was told that all the time by guys
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    Mar 07, 2014 7:05 PM GMT
    7913p said I not giving up. I all ready do not like my body and stuff. I guess it because I was told that all the time by guys


    Work on it? Start working out? etc.
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    Mar 09, 2014 10:40 AM GMT
    Everyone got rejected at one time or another. Even the hot guys yeah seriously. The only advice I can give you is just try to enjoy life. There is someone out there who find you perfect in every way in this imperfect world. icon_biggrin.gif