I am in a serious relationship with someone who has narcolepsy and I find it rather difficult to deal with some of the time, especially since every time i introduce him to a friend or family member i have to explain his condition. People around me think that something is wrong with him and I guess I just don't really see it that way. What I am wondering is how other people find (or found) dating and getting involved with someone is when one partner has narcolepsy. Is it hard on families? Is having a relationship helpful or detrimental in your lives? How does your extended family and friends view the relationship? What major difficulties have you come across in relationships?
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