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[QUOTE=limeridge123;4711137]Hi there yes I know she does not want to leave me because I do think of her and help her out. She really has no one else that would put up with her which I know. I will have a long talk with her and see what happens..[/QUOTE]

You are dating someone not with mood swings or what you see as mere mood swings, your dating someone who has a mental disorder. With a person who is bipolar all you can do is simply not take any negative attitude to heart. Just understand that once that phase is gone she will feel guilty (in the guilt) stage for what she has said, this will cause her to feel anxious and emotional. If you accept her the way she is without complicating her complicated brain and emotions, you would be less stressed out. So your problem is not her disorder, your problem is your coping skills. With that being said, I would check out a guide on how to date a bipolar person, different tips can help -you- cope with dating a person with this disorder, enhance your relationship and reduce stress. Keep in mind she did not choose to have this disorder.

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