If certain people can’t see past it, they aren’t worth your time anyway.
However, with your situation and your celiac disease, you are better off choosing the location and the activity.
You probably have go-to places that you know are safe and you’ll be able to be yourself and have more fun if you know the things around you won’t make you sick.
The dating world is tough these days, though there are more ways to find someone special now than ever before.
In the past, you had to meet someone when you were out and about, find someone in your class at school, or get introduced to someone through mutual friends.
Here are a few tips to help you navigate the dating world and your disease at the same time.
Tip 1: Call Restaurants Ahead Everyone has to eat and going out for meals is often a frequent go-to date.
Today, there are online dating services, matchmakers, speed dating options and plenty of other ways to find someone special.
Dating makes most people nervous, but if you have celiac disease, there are even more complications.
Instead of feeling embarrassed about the questions you have to ask, call the restaurant ahead of time and check things out.
Then, when you arrive, you’ll know what you can and cannot order and how to ask for certain things to get them in the right manner.
Of course, we know that just because an ingredient is labeled gluten free, it doesn’t mean it’s taste-free, but you do want to be mindful of your friend’s palate preferences.