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Dating when mentally ill | Navigating relationships with Dr Rathna Isaac



In this instalment, Dr Rathna Isaac talks about dating when you’re living with a mental illness. She looks at how your experience of dating can change if you have a mental illness, and what you can do to nurture your relationship with your partner while still caring for your mental health. ‘Navigating relationships with Dr Rathna Isaac’ is a fortnightly video column that talks about interpersonal relationships and their impact on your mental health. Each episode will share insights on the role human connections play when it comes to keeping you mentally healthy. Dr Rathna Isaac is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Bangalore, India. She has been practicing for over two decades. Her work focuses on adult mental health and relationships, with a special focus on couples’ relationships. She also teaches and has published papers on the subject. Questions? Write to columns@whiteswanfoundation.org