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Recently started dating a woman who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. I've done hours of research on the disorder itself to learn about it, but some personal input would be most helpful. Most importantly how can I be the best person for her? Something like losing your job is rough for anybody, but for someone with bipolar it feels like the end of the world.
I understand that bipolar disorder is characterized by episodes of mania and depression. Wow, I think this is the most comment karma I've ever gotten. Was dumped after reluctantly letting my guard down, for being myself, after much reassuring they were in it to win it, 100℅. You feel so worthless and you'll never get another job and everyone hates you and everyone is making fun of you behind your back for being so worthless and you can't get out of bed for a week and what's the point of showering or brushing your teeth and the only logical thing to do is kill yourself so the world will be a better place without you.
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.
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.
Everyone who even glances at you can see how amazing you are and they probably even want to have sex with you because you're so hot.We need you to know that when we have these days, weeks or even months during which our moods are uncontrollably solemn, we just need you nearby. We need you to say, "I love you." We need to hear you tell us our feelings don't define us, and that you'll be there to get us through.The problem here is sometimes we don't always know what we need. We have mood stabilizers for the behavioral aspect, and Xanax for the anxiety that comes with being in your own head all the time.Most of the time, you won't feel like you're enough to help solve the issue. The reality of our illness is just that nothing is ever enough. We are so sorry, and we feel so much guilt in the confusion that we cause you.But the problem with this doesn't always have to do with you, it has to do with the fact that we sometimes don't address our issues ourselves. We don't always explain to you our condition, and because of that, you unfortunately get pushed to the side when we need you the most. Tell us you notice our beautiful soul on our darkest day.
Tell us we shine when we're curled up in our bed unable to talk, touch, kiss, feel you.