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And how did he react when he first found out about your "Disability or Special Need"? We met on a radio dating service, aka blind date...lol After dating for a few weeks I told him about my "hair" disorder and my epilepsy. He reacted better than I anticipated, most guys run when they find out that I wear wigs. Seizures aren't really a way to get rid of a man when talking about them.
Or if it occured during the relationship how did he support you? Steve has seen 2 seizures in the 8 years we have been together. He is very good about them, he contacts my parents, puts me into bed, and lets me sleep. And after the ordeal and I lose my license he has no issues about cartin my butt around.
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