After all, is it the person who is bipolar, or is it the relationship?Regardless of these semantic problems, let’s go with the first definition and discuss the issues that arise in relationships with people who have bipolar disorder.You have just shown a person who believes they aren’t lovable that they can, in fact, be loved. You’ll realize our laugh is contagious, and we always want you to feel the extremes with us. Sometimes we sit there in our lonesome, and we become a person a you won’t recognize.We want to take that feeling all the way to the top of a mountain, and we want to feel your heart race with ours. Suddenly, we stop taking care of ourselves, and you will notice.(If you are unfamiliar with the halo effect, it simply means that a person with one good quality is seen to have many good qualities.)Few, if any women will ever achieve this perfect vision in their real lives.I have yet to meet the perfect woman on this earth, so we can assume that there is no such thing as a perfect man.After our first date he was honest and told me he had been diagnosed with biopolar ii disorder and was taking medication.
He wrote me back an e-mail which made me feel horribly guilty.
Thirty years ago it was a term from international relations, describing a situation such as we had during the Cold War where two states, the US and the USSR, had the majority of geopolitical power because they were the only two real players.
Is this the right way to describe a personal connection where at least one person has bipolar disorder?
We’ll shower you with gifts, love letters and all of your favorite things.
We’ll stay up all night kissing and loving you because you are our ultimate high. You are what we dreamed of when we were 18 and breaking down on the bathroom floor because another boy just stole another part of us.I am hoping by posting this I will help someone else before they subject themselves to the pain that many of us have or are still enduring by loving someone with the terrible illness.