Love rollercoaster dating with bipolar disorder
It's entirely possible that this is not the case with your partner, this is just an opinion. It's a strong enough emotional pain that stops you ever wanting to go through it again.
It can be a roller coaster ride being with a bipolar person. open communication is the key, and letting go of fear that the relationship is about to fail, That can lead to possessive thoughts and co dependency.
recklessness and promiscuity are typical behavioural traits.
Thats not an excuse, just immediate situations overcome potential consequenses. There's a mental process that isolated something that happens, and deny it until they almost believe it themselves (to cope with guilt feelings).
As a bipolar person myself, i know that when being silly enough to get yourself into a situation where another man may want something from you, it's hard to then say no.
Don't be afraid to confront her with your feelings, in other words, treat her as a "normal" girl, not as someone who is disabled. And, I believe you was right, Arizona Granny, in that she may have been trying to leave me but didnt have the heart to tell me.
This is coming from a bi-polar girl, so I'm not just talking out of my arse.
You have to have a great deal of patience and understanding to be in a relationship with a bi-polar individual.
Apparently from what i gathered, she and him fell asleep in bed. Since then she's been sick and hasnt really wanted me around for the past 3 days. She doesnt protest to me being with her, but she wont let me touch or hold or cuddle with her. I'm a forgive and forget kind of person, and i believe her when she says nothing happened at the guys house.
But the only way i can communicate with her is to drop in and see her at her house. I tell her i love her and want nothing more to be with her to love her, and comfort her. If not, she's probably sleeping with him, and I don't mean the kind with your eyes shut and you dream.
Even if you imagine the worst to have happened, it sounds like your the sort of person to be able to move on from it, so waiting it out may be the best choice.