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Their marriage went much the same way as their dating had gone. Bipolar, Borderline personality disorder, narcissism, schizophrenia, probably a few more, just do not.
But the bipolar person's partner will always have to do a bit more heavy lifting.
The balance of emotional labor will never be 50/50 - its something that needs to be accepted going into the relationship. I have absolutely no patience for other Bipolar individuals who don't stick to a care plan or medications. For every "batshit crazy" unmedicated/unmanaged bipolar person there is a successful businessman or engineer who just happens to have another aspect of their health that they manage (it isn't easy, and it isn't normal, but that's not the point).
Depressive episodes: mostly I just need to be left alone for a while, or to do low-energy things during dates - more staying in and watching movies than going out.
I try really hard never to take out my depression on a partner." Every so often the issue will come up because it's part of a healthy relationship to be able to talk about your emotional problems, but there's a difference between making one person deal with all of your symptoms and allowing them to help/comfort you if they express a desire to do so.
The relationship was filled with lies, manipulation, endless drama, she cheated on me repeatedly and then when I said I was leaving she threatened to kill herself and started cutting her wrists with a knife.
Ended up just calling her mom, explained the situation and said "you better come home, im not dealing with this shit".
I have bipolar 2 and I think I'm generally pretty easy to date despite it.
Hypomanic episodes: good mood, very creative, high sex drive, very productive, that's when I tend to do a lot of problem solving and cleaning/tidying.
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