A relationship break up can be a very painful experience.
Mourning the loss of the relationship for a time is perfectly natural.
Once, while giving a speech about living with bipolar disorder, someone raised their hand and asked, “How can you tolerate the mood swings?
Don’t they prevent you from getting things accomplished?
Even if you don’t realize it at the time, this was a huge step in trust.
Over time, you will learn the nuances of the disorder.
When writing about bipolar disorder, it is very easy to fall into the habit of discussing the more sensational parts of the illness.
Mania, depression, and hypersexuality in bipolar disorder are all topics that I have personally covered many times.
Considering to leave the person because the disorder has become too much is common. If you want a person to change, you must first realize how hard it is to change yourself.
Do the articles I write actually give a person insight into what living with bipolar disorder is like once someone has reached recovery?
There is a difference between bipolar disorder before and after treatment.
One need only do a Google search on the term bipolar disorder and a veritable litany of horrendous symptoms, side effects, and outcomes will fill your screen.
But is that really what the average person living with bipolar disorder goes through on a daily basis?