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September 16, 2008

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millicent

I can only speculate since I am not in your shoes, but maybe this is a situation where you just stay in the moment (my mantra) & go where the day takes you in the first stages of a relationship.

Milana

Hi!

First off, thanks so much for posting all this. I always enjoy reading the posts and can pretty much relate 100%. I am in a pretty similar situation as you, diagnosed with RA 2yrs ago, moved to SF, 30yrs old, single, and honestly, I am the same way as you when it comes to the possibility of meeting someone. I know you shouldn't think that far ahead, but I think, ok at what point do you tell someone that you basically have this crap disease and it can pretty much take your life away when it's at it's worst. Honestly, I try and think objectively how I would react if someone told me, and I'd love to think I wouldn't care, but I'm not really too sure on that. Also, I wanted to let you know about a non-conventional treatment which I am currently undergoing, so if you want shoot me an email, I wasn't sure how to post it or where to tell you about it. Thanks again though for doing this, it's nice to know I'm not the only one going through some of this!!

Sara

Hey Milana,
Here here! thanks for leaving a comment-it's the only way I know who is reading this, and I am so glad to know that i'm not the only out there having these thoughts! Interested to hear about your other treatments!
fyi-I love san francisco! My sister lives there, and i visit quite a bit.
sara

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