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... I haven't had any relationship with a bipolar person, but I've known one and using him as a reference, I'd think the only way any stable relationship would be possible is if he or she always stayed on their medication. ... (7 replies)
... I'm assumming you're talking about BPD - borderline personality disorder and not bi-polar as the post above mine is suggesting? You ask do they deserve to be left alone over something they cannot control? I believe a more appropriate question the people around them deserve to be abused and take whatever they dish out? I'm all for helping people, but not at the... (7 replies)
... when someone with bpd is on the right meds and is getting phychotherapy, they can become very stable, as long as they continue the meds. and also with the help of family and friends. ... (7 replies)

... THere's no offical cure for us...but it is possible to live with it. He needs to accept what he has and get help. If money is an issue...he can look into counciler's instead of a therapist, they're just as good. I've been seeing one for years. Over all patience, and communication is key. I have some steps that can u help deal with him if you like...send me an email. Good luck (7 replies)
... I have been with my man for 5 years, I only suspect he has bpd, we have had many ups and downs, bottom line is that I Love him, and I am not ready to leave him. His good quailities make me stick it out. His black moods however are unbearable at times. Is anyone here living my life, and would care to share your story ? I often hear that one cannot help these folks,... (7 replies)
... nd my husband of 10 years this Oct has Intermented Explosive Disorder and use to abuse me in more then one way. we have both worked hard and now have a very good relationship and can both help each other out!! hang in there if you really love him .... ... (7 replies)
... Having Bipolar Disorder is very difficult. It is hard not only for relationships with the opposite sex, but with family and friends, not to mention employers. I have had many relationships throughout the years and the one thing they had in common was giving up on me when times got tough. Especially during bouts of depression and severe mania. When I was depressed, I... (7 replies)
... Thank-you Harmoney He is on Paxil. He's been on it 5 years. Recently he tried to come off it , but soon realized that life was too difficult with -out and he started taking it again. My gut feeling is that this isnt the right medication, althhough it is certainly better than being without . He ( to my knowledge ) has never been honest with a doctor ,of what goes on in... (7 replies)

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