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Perhaps his accent, possibly it was his style, or maybe it was the fact he kissed girls on the hand when he greeted them. She was great and extremely helpful for me to learn the local language, Twi. Being in a relationship with someone who speaks your target language has lots of benefits.

As important as it is for me to know when to slow down, I need someone who can help me make that call and support me through the times when my life isn't exciting.

On the flip side, I need someone who can encourage me to go out and do things while I'm healthy.

I can't think of a single stage of any relationship that I've had where this disease hasn't played a major role.

The most common question I get on this topic is, “When do you tell them?

He handled it well, but didn't make it much farther. Once, after waiting hours to be released after an especially tough hospital stay, I was about to lose my mind.

Seeing this, my then boyfriend calmly got up and left the room without saying a word. Probably the most valuable lesson I have learned is that dating a person with CF isn't for everyone. In fact, the faster you figure that out, the more bullets you dodge. I don't want to force a relationship with someone who isn't strong enough to handle my disease or its implications. I moved on and tried to find someone who could handle it.

Cystic fibrosis has always been the priority in my life.

Unfortunately, that has held true even in my dating life. Add a genetic disease to the mix and it can become impossible at times.

You do have to kiss a few frogs before you find Prince Charming, right?

But I would be remiss if I didn't acknowledge that CF complicates finding “the one” beyond what the majority of my friends have had to deal with.

One guy told me straight up that he couldn't date me because of my disease. The good ones who really can handle the disease and fully grasp that role are hard to come by.

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