It is an unavoidable fact of living with a mood disorder or mental illness.This document is aimed toward the person living with Bipolar Disorder, Depression, and their respective loved ones.When you first meet someone, you put your best foot forward so your prospective love interest sees your good points before your faults come out.Once things become comfortable, your partner discloses his or her bipolar disorder.I believe you’ll find the book useful for your situation. Arming yourself with the knowledge of what Borderlines and Bipolar individuals want in a relationship will set you on a new path. I’m not a big fan of the mainstream media, which includes the relationship advice you find on these big branded websites.
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.
It is not uncommon to feel completely powerless to help that person in a meaningful way. Even your presence can impact someone soaring through the extremes of the Disorder.
I aim to provide you with meaningful tools to help not only the Survivor in your life but allow the supporter to preserve themselves in the process.
A person that lives with Bipolar Disorder or Depression comes to learn loss intimately.
It is a constant battle in our mind to try and avoid tearing our lives, loves, and friendships down to the foundation. We will periodically lose that battle and burn bridges.