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.People who have Bipolar Disorder often have a hard time sleeping.It's not unusual for someone unmedicated with this disorder to be up for two or three days straight because their mind and body simply won't let them sleep.And a bi-polar individual must have alot of support and be able to trust their significant other.It's sounds to me like she's using avoidance to not face guilt feelings.Here are just a few of the lessons I carry with me: You can’t make someone happy.
No matter what you do, you can never make another person happy, and while that’s hard to accept, it’s not personal.
He seemed, despite my worrying, just as keen on me as he did five minutes before. Although bipolar disorder is the newer, sexier term for manic depression, it’s still a mental illness – a chemical imbalance in the brain.
The Bipolar Foundation states that the condition affects up to 2.4 million people in the UK. According to NHS Choices, those with it are 20 times more likely to attempt suicide than the general population.
The trademark of Bipolar Disorder is a major mood imbalance.
The person may go from depressed to a manic state, or may experience other shifts in mood that affect the person's ability to function.
It never worked — all of these things just made him more frustrated than anything else.