Dating someone who is bipolar
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I plan to file an ethics complaint with the state, for what good it will do.
Is it possible to have a happy and healthy relationship if you have bipolar disorder or are married to someone with bipolar disorder?
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What is particularly striking is the difficulty in separating cause and effect. For example, we know that bipolar disorder erodes the quality or ALL interpersonal relationships, and marriage is no exception.
In July, I found out that she continued to e-mail him from secret e-mail accounts and that they had both gone so far as to use fake names to hide it.
I am now thinking divorce is the only route I have left.
After 6 years of a good marriage, my wife started acting very different and had an affair last summer which I found out about in August.
We went to see our priest, who recommended us to a marriage councelor/psychologist.
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Perhaps for many of us the intuitive thing is to assume that a person with bipolar disorder will have poorer interpersonal skills and be harder to get along with than a “regular” person. What I mean is,have you ever considered that marital problems may be a trigger for mood episodes, and it is stress somewhere in the relationship that is making the bipolar spouse worse? However, there is still some room for a complex interplay between marital tensions that arise from the behavior of the bipolar spouse during a mood episode, and possible increasing and/or triggering of episodes of mania and/or depression because the bipolar spouse is so vulnerable to any problems that arise in the marriage.