Bipolar disorder singles dating
It can be manageable when it’s recognized and addressed.
The problem is that people may not know they have it, or if they do, they hide it.
“I was excited about this blossoming relationship and enamored with this man,” recalls Hope, a freelance communications consultant in Denver, Colorado.
“But I remember thinking, ‘He’s going to freak out when I tell him I have bipolar disorder.’” The “when and how” decision was taken out of her hands when her new love dropped a bombshell: His soon-to-be ex had bipolar and her illness was one reason they were divorcing.
Don’t simply accept that you must take pharmaceutical drugs for the rest of your life.
Learn the lifestyle tricks that help you stabilize.
Bipolar disorder is characterized by dramatic shifts in mood, energy and activity levels.
If you’re falling for a Bipolar individual, but have fears about their illness, here are six things to remember: There are clues that will help you detect a bipolar pattern: It’s fair game when you like someone to ask their mental health history, or if they take any medications.
At the bare minimum, keep an active awareness that people have many different states, and you don’t know a person until you have seen their range.
If you happen to meet a Bipolar person when they are up, you’d likely find them to be exciting, brilliant and sexy.
They could be the most charming person you ever meet.