I know there has been quite a bit of discrimination in the church against our mentally ill brothers and sisters which is damn right outrageous. I'm mentally ill but I hope that won't be a problem when I want to get married. Is it fair to judge someone like that. I know some people won't be able to deal with such a problem because they've never had to go through it themselves but for others there will be compassion. Personally I'm not worried the Lord will give me someone who I probably won't deserve at times but if I work at the relationship in the end when I go through the veil once more I will be clean from all sickness and infirmaties. I won't be mentally ill anymore and my husband will see me for what I'm truly worth unless he didn't see it already. I say we should make a stand and be more compassionate about things like this. 1 in 4 people will suffer from a mental illness in their lifetime so it's not as uncommon as you think. You might get ill yourself. Wouldn't you want the love and support from your spouse or partner if you were in that situation. So when you do find someone who you love with a mental health problem think how Christ would react. What would Jesus do? Have compassion and understanding, the world can be a frightening place at times but if you show someone love it makes their life easier.