Dating a terminally ill person
In many ways, this reflects progress, but there are situations where living longer doesn't necessarily mean living better. According to the National Institute on Aging, Alzheimer's Disease (named for the scientist who discovered the brain abnormalities in 1906) is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills, and eventually even the ability to carry out the simplest tasks.
Before and during our divorce she was a terrible, hateful, vindictive person. As for whether or not the situation had anything to do with our breakup: No, not at all. I'm glad I took the position I did and I actually think it was a plus for our relationship. Jill's illness provided what, to me, was ultimately a clear moral imperative - to be compassionate to the dying and the grieving. Your SO has an ex you cannot tolerate who becomes terminally ill. It would provide a clearer understanding if you could share why you dislike this person. We have remained friends and we have grown children. Would you be OK with one final attempt at a friendship?
While these facilities help take care of one set of issues, the healthy spouse is then left at home alone and, in some cases, profoundly lonely.
For some, there is no question but that they are married, "for better or worse, in sickness and in health ‘til death do they part," and the answer is obvious that they will not seek out a new relationship.
I can't believe she has changed all that much, but I have nothing to do with her, so i don't know for sure. If only every emotionally-charged situation one faces in a marriage could be so simple.... We're all gonna die one day, hopefully not of some awful disease. But, none of my dh's ex's have ever done anything to really hurt us, so it's easy for me to say. I imagine it could be a violation of boundaries, unfinished business, an affair or the mere fact that he/she is an ex. Just because we couldn't make it as man & wife, does not mean either of us are bad people. Your SO has an ex you cannot tolerate who becomes terminally ill. It would provide a clearer understanding if you could share why you dislike this person.
She saw faults in everyone around her, but not her own. I think we should try to rise above some of our petty things, and try to see the humanity in us. I also wonder if it matters if they have children in common. He is remarried and if he got a terminal illness, I'd be there until she ran me off. I imagine it could be a violation of boundaries, unfinished business, an affair or the mere fact that he/she is an ex. My SO has 2 exes - the mother of his 2 daughters and the mother of his 2 sons.