Love rollercoaster dating with bipolar disorder


26-Dec-2017 08:28

It's entirely possible that this is not the case with your partner, this is just an opinion. It's a strong enough emotional pain that stops you ever wanting to go through it again.

It can be a roller coaster ride being with a bipolar person. open communication is the key, and letting go of fear that the relationship is about to fail, That can lead to possessive thoughts and co dependency.

Is this semi-normal for bipolars to behave this way? You should be the one who she goes home to, not him. It's very sweet that you trust her, but if she is having episodes, she is not in her right mind and her judgement is impaired.

This is my first relationship with a bipolar person. If you can, try to get her to open up to you, and better yet, get her to see a doctor.

But, ways she's seemed when I left her house with my stuff, and the past week when ive bumped into her around town, and ive been talking to her as a friend now, she seems like she may still have feelings for me. I think most folks that cheated on someone is feeling guilty and don't want to talk about it and also they don't want to talk or want to be around ya. I'm bipolar, and when I get depressed I stay away from the world to 99%. I don't regret it, she was a wonderful girl during the good times, but then the horrid bad times came along and she too cheated on me, not with one guy, she did it with four guys including her therapist!

My whole life i have had 2-3 year relationships since 16 years old now I’m 32..

Although, it's not okey to cheat, but still, maybe what until she's more stabil to confront her? I try to give her space, which she always tells me she needs, but quite frankly its more often than not.