Start Dating someone out of pity

Dating someone out of pity

You both share all the same interests – that art podcast you both geek out over, that movie you both can’t wait to see.

When mid-task, people with anxiety are not to be interrupted.

Their train of thought is set on something and it needs to be finished before they can pay attention to you.

Even the smallest of things can stress people with anxiety out and override their nerves.

Whether it's picking up their dry cleaning, finishing a project for work or making a call to their doctor, just the thought of having to deal with it makes their hearts race.

If you want to have a rewarding partnership with someone who is dealing with regular anxiety, it's important to understand that this person's day-to-day life comes with a set list of tasks that need to be completed.

Freaking out that you aren't getting enough attention, or that your partner is taking his or her responsibilities too seriously will only frustrate the both of you and lead to resentment.

Get a support system of great friends around you who support you and make you feel appreciated.

Take up some exercise and sweat out your frustrations for a month (getting fit in the process will just be a bonus! The sooner you derive happiness and fulfilment from new sources, the sooner you’ll be able to emotionally disconnect from your relationship with this guy.

While you might be tempted to give the world's biggest eye-roll, you refrain.

But you dread the next day because it's never a good one for anxiety. While your partner might feel better during said night out, the next day is sure to be a trip for his or her nerves.

They can anticipate the blaring sound of your cell phone and their body will wake them up before it does.