I feel he should support you 100% all of the time....But, that being said, there is tons of stuff online...books at the library...medical books that really back up your symptoms...or you could let him go to a doctor's appointment with you and ask the doc some questions. There are probably even support groups that would benefit you both to go to that would help you cope better with your symptoms and help him to have a better understanding of what you have to edure. Good luck =)
Ok well i have numerous health problems, and also HAD a husband who was not very sympathetic he'd tell me I was lazy, and i just need to get out and do more and i would feel alot better. He had even been there on one of my trips to accident and emergency and the specialist has stressed how important rest is for me when i'm not well. He just saw it as a big inconvenience. So i slept when he was not there and i didn't tell him when i feel unwell anymore as i know his reaction would just make me feel worse. I really feel for you cp effects everyone in different ways from the most severe where you can obviously see there is a problem to those who you maybe would not tell unless they pointed it out. To say he is so intelligent he really does seem ignorant to you r needs. Maybe its time to rethink the relationship or seek therapy for you both to help him understand its not just in your mind and it has nothing to do with chromosome's or dna xxx good luck hun xx
That's not because of your CP. That happens to people with no health problems at all. He is just being normal. Take that as a compliment. He thinks of you as a regular person, not a condition. Or find a different boyfriend.
Spell it out to him in plain English.
If you think he's so smart why don't you just let him figure it out?
If he won't listen to you, he's not much of a BF no matter how 'smart' he is.
it matters what type of cp you have