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... doesn't trust herself. she just started taking meds 2 weeks ago. I have my fingers crossed, but I have herd it takes a while for the meds to work. 3 weeks ago my wife took the kids and left me. ... (10 replies)
... I know where you are coming from. My wife of 10 yrs was recently diagnosed after I found out about an affair she was having. It was the affair, and the fact that she risked losing me, and our 3 kids, that convinced her she needed therapy. ... (55 replies)
... I'm happy to see that I'm not alone. I went on a wild shopping spree, depleting our bank account, buying all sorts of things that I would need to live out of my car in a city four hours away. I was convinced that I was working with undercover agents to bust up a sophisticated payroll fraud ring (from the movie, Catch Me If You Can) and believed that my wife, whom I believed... (31 replies)

... Jen, lol, trust me you and I probably have alot more in common then you know. I always joke, I don't have a skeleton in my closet i've got a whole graveyard! I don't even allow myself to think about my past sexual escapades, it's humiliating! tree - I'm glad you feel better after talking to your doc. I come from a similar background, narcisistic mother (my dad took me... (10 replies)
... After 20+ years of marriage, it's hard. The trust issue has came up often. My wife (BP) did have an affair. :confused: I do love her and we did work through it. (21 replies)
Rock Bottom??
Sep 24, 2006
... I was wondering even if the wife is Bipolar or having PTSD shouldn't I be concerned about the duration of this affair? ... (25 replies)
Rock Bottom??
Sep 21, 2006
... individual counseling for yourself might not be a bad idea. Affairs, no matter what the cause, are very, very difficult, even for couples not dealing with a bipolar partner. So you have that "icing on the cake," so to speak, that most couples do not have to deal with. ... (25 replies)
... t fall on deaf ears, since there hasn't been activity on this thread for a couple of weeks. It was comforting to see that there are other husbands dealing with bipolar wives. My wife was diagnosed with bipolar II, 17 years ago. She was hospitalized 3 times before we met, the last time in March of 1997. ... (8 replies)
... and not even thinking man i can go to jail... i guess he's gonna try to play i had an affair now? ... (1098 replies)
... Hi everyone. I'm new here, but intend to read other threads and get to know people here when I can. I'll try to give the Readers' Digest version of my situation. My wife of 6 1/2 has always had very fluctuating moods. When she's up, she brings everyone up around her. When she's down, she blames everyone for her actions. She has fits of rage that have turned violent at... (30 replies)
... HI, I am not sure if I am even posting on the right boards or not, Iwas diagnoed with bipolar disorder about 6 years ago, and my marriage has not been the same since. It is almost like my husband blames me for my illness and everything I do is wrong. ... (10 replies)
... y mother and father kicked me out of the house. I had no job, no money and nowhere to go. My mother, taking it upon herself to play psychiatrist, diagnosed me as bipolar used to hint that I should get help but never actually got any help for me. ... (15 replies)
... dx with hands down Bipolar in July 2005. ... (30 replies)
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... looking for advise. he we go. I believe my wife is bipolar. been togather for 11 years and she always had difficulty with stress and depression.but nothing too big. ... (68 replies)

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