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... I've been diagnosed with Bipolar three years ago. And I'm new to this group with hope that someone can give me a glimmer of hope for my failing relationship. ... (1 replies)
... a b&b in Wales.... I'm sure you can feel the jealousy emanating from me:D Sounds like something that will take some time to adjust to though. You are brave, it's not something I could do, good on ya! (44 replies)
... ARGH! And I thought it was just me - I think it is linked to mania, if not paranoia. I suffer from really awful paranoia at times, and jealousy is a natural extension of paranoia - and if you add agitation and anger into the mix, things can (and do) get ugly ;) (4 replies)

... I'm bipolar and I certainly get jealous at times. ... (4 replies)
... Are bipolar people likely to be jealous or insecure? ... (4 replies)
... Jennita, I didn't see your post earlier. Yes I totally agree. "Survival Mechanism". I am really hoping that if this is the case with me, I can somehow incorporate this into my life without letting my husbands jealousy, and control issues and insecurities hold me back. I live a comfortable life, and most of the past years have been happy. When I was an alcoholic, I think... (30 replies)
... Erin that while it might be flattering at first for a guy to see that you are upset when another girl flirts with him that if you continue to harbor feelings of jealousy that it will leave a negative impression on him after a while. ... (383 replies)
... your caring ways. Bipolar is just something that makes you unique and special like the rest of us. Embrace it, don't be afraid of it, find the right meds, and the love will come! ... (7 replies)
... BPD, or Borderline Personality Disorder, is a chronic condition where the sufferer experiences quickly changing moods, a lack of identity, self-injurious behaviors such as cutting, an overwhelming need to be in a relationship, an intense fear of abandonment, and jealousy/suspicions about their partners. Hope this helps! :angel: -GatsbyLuvr1920- (4 replies)
... I agree that it sounds a lot more like borderline personality disorder because of the agressiveness, violence, dependency, and jealousy associated with the boyfriend and relationships. ... (2 replies)
... eople laugh. I think I am funny whilst doing so. But when I left and was driving home I felt awful, humiliated and embarrassed by my behaviour. They know I am bipolar and am on meds....does anyone relate to this. Now I dont want to see anyone again.....and want to go to bed. What a curse this bp is. ... (1 replies)
... Psychiatrists have long suspected that every bipolar episode can make the nature of the disorder evolve. ... (1 replies)
... I was diagnosed bipolar 15 years ago. I experience paranoia and jealousy, I am fine then it comes in like waves. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks for the feedback. You mentioned mania and it's funny I've felt a little "manic". Not major but definately a bit off. It's funny how we can look back on it and see how crazy it was at the time. I've got off completely and 5 mins later thought "good Lord, where did that come from?" :( (4 replies)
... I don't know the clinical research on this, but just common sense wise I'd say definitely, I know I am and I was dx'd 17 years ago BPII. When I'm severely depressed I'm always worried my husband will want to find someone more "normal" and we've been married 20 yrs. I think low self esteem, and insecurity go hand in hand with BP, just my opinon. (4 replies)
... Let me start by saying that medication is a very necessary part of maintaining a life when a person has bipolar. That said, I am fortunate enough that mine is a milder form. I was diagnosed and on meds for 6 years, and did very well through school. Took psychology courses and did research paper after research paper learning everything I could. My fight began by being very... (4 replies)
... IT seems like bipolar disorder is just thrown out there at anyone who has moodswings, and my entire life people have said it to me. ... (6 replies)
Bi-polar??
May 31, 2007
... t has not been. Cannot even say that I really love him anymore, just care for him because of everything we have been through. I have always thought that he was bipolar and at one point he went in for help, about 10 years ago, but only because he got in trouble with law and thought it would make him look better. ... (1 replies)
My Destroyed Dream
Oct 17, 2006
... ow that I can see her game and if we were on speaking terms I wouldnt allow her to treat me that way by simply excusing myself from the conversation. You may be bipolar but it does come with advantanges, I feel we are more creative, imaginative, I like to think that spills on to all other area's of our life, good and bad. ... (15 replies)
... jealous person I know. Nothing seems to faze him. Jealousy doesn't really seem to have a strong correlation with Bipolar Disorder. However, if a bipolar person did act excessively jealous, it would most likely be during the depressive phase, since that is when they tend to be the most insecure about themselves. ... (15 replies)




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