Dating a person with bipolar disorder
Scott Haltzman (Clinical Assistant Professor in the Brown University) tells that this disorder can seriously create problems in any relationship.
In his book Secrets of Happily Married Men and The Secrets of Happily Married Women, he also tells that when people get into a relationship, they want stability.
Educate yourself: Educate and prepare yourself before you start a relationship with a person who has bipolar disorder.
If you are suffering from bipolar disorder, you may feel nervous whenever you are starting a new relationship.
Like most people, those with bipolar disorders have many good qualities but they may show undesirable behaviors as well.
They may show love and affections and be cold and distant at the same time.
When his energy is high, he may experience racing thoughts and feelings of power that can last for several days or months. If you have this condition, you may feel helpless, hopeless, and worthless. You’ll experience changes in appetite, sleep problems, and even suicidal thoughts or actions.
You shouldn’t worry or get swept up in the fear that bipolar disorder may be anything like what you’ve read about in a book or seen portrayed in a film.