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... after she didn't return my calls today i went to her room and we talked. we broke up. she said that she needs to focus on getting herself better and that she can't handle any other kind of emotional aspect in her life ie. a relationship. i got then "it's not me it's you" bit but in this case i think it's legit because shes on all these meds and whatnot. or something like that.... (19 replies)
... ...when she was in one of her "low times". There is always something or someone else to blame. Believe me, in her world NOTHING is ever her fault. QUOTE] VERY good point! They never see the fault in their own behavior and it's SO frustrating because I would think "she know's she's been diagnosed with bi-polar disorder, everyone is telling her she is not right in this... (19 replies)
... Lots of good points, I appreciate all the advice, but man this sucks (19 replies)

... I love my sister, but do you really want me to get into the string of guys she has been with? She had her share of long term relationships. She has also cheated on every single one of them (yes, including her current husband) when she was in one of her "low times". There is always something or someone else to blame. Believe me, in her world NOTHING is ever her fault. ... (19 replies)
... Hey bro, I agree with Ann and Rose here. It may sound cold, harsh and selfish, but trust me, you DON'T want to deal with this. I was married for over 10 years to someone that has bi-polar disorder and "other" mental issues. Unfortunately for both of us, she wasn't diagnosed until many years after we separated. I tried and tried to work through MANY issues....too many to... (19 replies)
... yes but do you know what kind of guy she was with? maybe he would tolerate any kind of situation or abuse just to have a girlfriend. do you know why they broke up? 2 solid weeks of normalcy is a world away from a lifetime of happiness. I'm not trying to discourage you, I just want you to know what you're in for, and that you don't have to put up with it when it gets bad. ... (19 replies)
... She had a 3 year relationship in highschool so I do think she is capable of having long term relationships. And yes, I am going to do what I want, but I will certainly take in the advice you guys give me. I'm giving her the benefit of the doubt now because of the medicine situation and the fact that we had 2 solid weeks of normalcy before this. (19 replies)
... please don't try to guilt trip the original poster into believing he's "not fair". what about it not being fair to him that she is avoiding him and not responding to his messages.....??? Sometimes life is unfair, it's not his responsibility to make sure things are fair to her when she's not being fair to him and encouraging him to do so is just encouraging him to... (19 replies)
... A relationship with someone who has a mental illness will come with complications, but if she takes the proper medication she should be able to get her disorder under control. I can understand why some people would want to bail and not put up with the drama... but thats unfair in a lot of ways to the person with the illness that they didn't choose to have. Give the girl a... (19 replies)
... yes the advice I will give you is get out now before you get too deep unless you like drama...... this is just a sample of what your "relationship" will be like if you continue it. :angel: (19 replies)
... My father has just started dating a woman who doctors have diagnosed bipolar, she says this is not true and the doctors are wrong. She does not want to take the meds prescriped. ... (3 replies)
... With cycles like that he could very well be bipolar. Have you ever asked or has he ever told you why he was on anti-depressants? Just because you are the only one he does it to doesn't make it right. You don't deserve to be at the recieving end of his issues. He needs to know how it makes you feel and he needs to get it taken care of. Well, I hope you are... (11 replies)
... I'd have to say brook is correct on the bipolar thing. she fits the des to a t. was she this way before you married her? ... (10 replies)
What Can I Do?
Jul 29, 2007
... I am a 21 year old College Student, and I have been dating this guy for 2 years. He is funny, smart, sexy, and just an all around good guy. ... (12 replies)
... Xanadu, I've been reading your posts for the past 30 minutes or so and I have to say, You have really touched my heart with how strong of a person you are after what you've been through. I will be 23 this year and while yes, I admit I am still very young... I haven't had the best of luck either. The longest relationship I had lasted around 7 months and ended this past... (96 replies)
... negative undertones, but I feel very strongly that people deserve to know where they stand in a relationship. You've been questioning this as long as you've been dating her! ... (14 replies)
Parent problems
May 31, 2006
... The thing with my mother is she has this fear. She hides money from my dad just in case she needs to run away. She did it with us kids all of the time when we were younger. When ever she would fight with him, we would end up in the next state with our grandparents. She needs a back door out you know. Which I guess is smart for women to have, but not when she is really mentally... (143 replies)
... years ago we separated because our marriage had just fallen apart beyond fixing at that point. He has what I believe to be Bipolar disorder. I always refer to him as being manic drepressive. My first two children are from a previous marriage where my husband passed away. ... (12 replies)
... years now and he just broke up with me this last weekend. We have always had a rough relationship, he has admitted he needs mental help since we first started dating but can't seem to follow through. I've always thought that he is bipolar. He just got back from Iraq 5 months ago and that is when he proposed. ... (10 replies)
... d I are both diagnosed schizophrenics. He is a sociopathic schizophrenic, so... you're quite correct. For a good part of the time, he really doesn't care. I am a bipolar schizophrenic, and on top of that I have a rather severe social phobia. So, between the two of us... ... (15 replies)

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