You see, I've spoken and interviewed hundreds of people through my online mailing list, through bipolar seminars, and during meetings with bipolar survivors, medical professionals, and bipolar experts so I understand not only what you're going through but how to help you to help your relationship.
If you're struggling to deal with your significant other's bipolar disorder, you're not alone.
(As a light breeze or itch is capable of catapulting her deeper into her manic fit)10) She obsessively tries to think of ways to redecorate in the hopes that it will be fulfilling (but not, like, “comfort-of-living-fulfilling”.
It’s more like an attempt to spark life changing and unreasonably long lasting fulfillment)12) In all the time you’ve known each other, when in an argument you’ve definitely caught yourself saying, “I don’t even understand how to talk to you because of how quickly you switch back and forth” at which point you should have known you did not need to ever read a list like this.
There's an excitement about not ever being able to predict the emotional weather; but it calls on all your relationship skills.
So here are a few tips on how to "handle" a bipolar person, chosen simply because they reflect how I myself would like to be treated.
If you get it, and don't like it for any reason whatsoever, or you don't even have a reason and simply want your money back, then simply return it, and I'll issue you a prompt and courteous refund (less shipping and handling). If you really care about your significant other, then you need to get this information today.The most common symptom associated with bipolar disorder is mood swings.Individuals who are bipolar will experience heightened euphoria and happiness, followed by drastic depression and guilt.It may skulk away in its own good time; but while it's present, you have no choice but to honor it.Telling a depressed person they're not depressed, or that they have no right to be, is simply illogical and rude.