There are no rules about when and how we meet people we want to have a relationship with.

It Could Be Love

You might already be with someone, or you might feel that you're not interested in getting involved right now, or maybe you're hoping to get together with someone soon.

It's likely, however, that at some point in the not too distant future, you'll be getting to know someone special who you'll want to get really close to.

And we're not just talking physical stuff (although that's probably going to be a massive part of it!) — falling in love can be like finding a soul mate who you don't want to keep any secrets from.

You Can Tell Them, If You Want

If they don't know about your hemophilia and inhibitors when you start dating, it's a good idea to talk about it early on. It's up to you, of course. But, if they understand it from the start, you don't have to worry about how and when they might find out or what they might think about it.

And, if they're worth spending time with, it won't bother them. They might think even more of you for dealing with things in such a strong way.

Check out our page on Telling Friends for tips on how to tell someone you're dating about your hemophilia with inhibitors.