do all bipolar relationships end in disaster? (Sep '09). Jun 8.
It pains me to read so many posts from people advising others to get out of relationships with bipolar people (my own therapist has advised me to "move on").
Bipolar Romantic Relationships: Dating and Marriage. Whether you or your loved one has bipolar disorder, you can learn to make the relationship work. By Stephanie Watson.
bi-polar finace disaster Posted: 10/26/2007 7:58:25 PM. blinddate712, I think the problem is that bipolar happens as a young adult and parents don't have the control at that point.
Considering ending a relationship because bipolar disorder has become too much is common.
Of course not all relationships end in disaster. Look around you. There are plenty of couples that lovingly grow old together. Many don't, of course, but many do.
BUT, unfortunetely, 90% of all bipolar relationships end quicker than the norm, so she maybe right. But, bi-polar and mine is pretty manageable, can't take all the blame, as much as i beat myself up for shutting down at the end of the relationship.
In closing, can a person with bipolar disorder have successful relationships? YES, yes they can! It is a matter of having the right person, both being aware of any sudden
I would really advise people who are in relationships with bipolar partners that they get their partner medical help.
My first relationship was 3 years... it ended bc my ex told me she wanted to be with me but not long term...so I left her, I was much younger back
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Which then brings you on the internet looking for help in these BPD/Bipolar relationships. My BPD Relationship Experience.
If you’re having problems in the first few months, that’s a sign that you’re probably not compatible and it’s best to end things sooner rather than later.