Dating bipolar guy
Remember that if she is acting wierd doesn't mean that she's been cheating. She would go through these episodes where she wouldn't answer my calls nor my text messages, and when I worried and showed up on her doorstep, she would go into a frenzy, calling me a stalker and a freak.Maybe it's just her illness and that's not her fault. She goes away every Friday to Clearwater, Fl with her "family" but sometimes I feel like its another guy she's seeing.But, ways she's seemed when I left her house with my stuff, and the past week when ive bumped into her around town, and ive been talking to her as a friend now, she seems like she may still have feelings for me. I think most folks that cheated on someone is feeling guilty and don't want to talk about it and also they don't want to talk or want to be around ya. I'm bipolar, and when I get depressed I stay away from the world to 99%. I don't regret it, she was a wonderful girl during the good times, but then the horrid bad times came along and she too cheated on me, not with one guy, she did it with four guys including her therapist!I was together with a guy for 6 months when he couldn't take it anymore. But it's really hard to be alone because you have a disease. She will try and convince you that YOU are the one who is mentally ill - or at the least that you are ALSO mentally ill. I'm also a very forgiven person, so I took her back every time.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.pushing for the truth now could force a strong denial that will be difficult to reverse at a later, more open moment.Bi-polar people are very strong, we don't need to be coddled. I might be bipolar, but I'm a deans list college grad, and have an active life. She seems fine, just the brief 2-3 week periods here and there.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.
I feel for this guy, and I certainly understand what he's going through.
Is this semi-normal for bipolars to behave this way? You should be the one who she goes home to, not him. It's very sweet that you trust her, but if she is having episodes, she is not in her right mind and her judgement is impaired.
This is my first relationship with a bipolar person. If you can, try to get her to open up to you, and better yet, get her to see a doctor.
Sometimes I want to let her go, but my feelings for her are so strong.
Right now, she broke it off with me and asked me not to call her anymore, and if I do she will change her number, so I haven't call; I really don't know what to do, I'm really good to her, I give her everything she asks of me, all I ever asked in return was to spend time with her, and to let me love her as I know how. marijuana Impulsive thoughts Highly Addicted to Addictions Addicted to ideological ideas to the point of dismissing reality Unable to complete tasks Day dreaming / easily distracted.