Tips for dating a bipolar man

19 May

They are can be good at helping you with your problems and just know they want to help you as much as you help them-Support each other through both your good and bad times.-All relationships are work, even when someone doesn't have bipolar. Today Her therapist said a lot of comments are really wrong about the disorder. If certain things are too much for you to handle, state what your concerns are. Just remember the person with bipolar is most likely trying to really hard to cope.3. If they are experiencing a manic episode or becoming a threat to themselves were their safety is at risk, seek medical attention. Seeking a counselor or attending therapy sessions with your partner can help you understand each other better.other notes they gave me-People with bipolar can be good at understanding others emotions. Peace, Lucas I am also going to post myths about bipolar with help of my girlfriend and her therapist. I don't get it where all this hate for bipolar people comes from. I mean her ex boyfriend said she was the most honest person he ever met. Here you are dating someone who you think could have BPD (or Bipolar).I know these two things are different, but often times men and women get them confused.I write it with the assumption that the Survivor will inevitably do incredible damage to their relationship; if it hasn’t happened yet, it will at some point.Therefore, we want to minimize the potential damage by developing an understanding of ourselves and how we affect our loved ones.Or in the worst case, your partner has both BPD and Bipolar (which is exactly what my first long-term girlfriend was dealing with, along with anxiety attacks).I’ve also recorded a video on Youtube going over this article along with some additional insights.

Once things become comfortable, your partner discloses his or her bipolar disorder.

Even if you don’t realize it at the time, this was a huge step in trust.

Over time, you will learn the nuances of the disorder.

Make sure your partner knows your needs are being meet. It's about talking about what you want and need out of the relationship.7. I would say if you are dating someone with bipolar go and get information from a therapist. They are super helpful and can give you even more tips! I got some tips from her therapist and my girlfriend. I knew this guy who dated a girl with schizophrenia. And they have a better relationship than most people I know.

Being relaxed, listening and understanding the situation will lead to a resolution of the problem. I mean her therapist has treated many people with bipolar and she said that is a common myth of people of bipolar. Did you have a bad experience dating someone with bipolar? I have dated other girls who were just terrible and they didn't have bipolar. I know of people who have good relationships with people with mental illness. Countless therapist have told me that all this dating someone with mental illness is bad is just plain ignorance. He like doesn't live his house and spends months doing nothing. He faces a lot of shit people, its just ignorant people not understanding depression. Lot's of people with mental illness lead normal lives.