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Dating someone with bipolar
" Though the loved ones would prefer not to worry about this, they know what happens when the sufferer goes off his or her meds.One of the most helpful things you can do if you have a loved one with this disorder is to find a friend who has a loved one with this disorder, too, or find a therapist with whom you can discuss how this affects you.
I don't want to down-play any of the serious issues raised here, however, as someone who has lived with bi-polar disorder for over thirteen years, I think it's also important to provide some hope for family members and for people who are coming to terms with the diagnosis.
I'm happy to say that after a few years of struggle, I was able to find the right medication, balanced with self-care (including sleep, exercise, and diet), that has allowed me to thrive personally and professionally.
The support of family, friends, and therapists made it possible for me to reclaim my life after two hospitalizations.
The reason for this is because the sufferer goes through major mood 'spells' and the sufferer himself or herself feels overwhelmed and often feels a loss of control as a result.
This mood shift often spills over to others, and this can set the tone for the mood in the entire house.