Dating websites for bipolar people
If you are 'reasonably sure' you have some type of issue, then get your butt to a professional and get your suspicions confirmed or denied.
If you have a problem, address it to the best of your ability, but don't let it define you. Having a disadvantage like trouble controlling your emotions may present additional challenges to you in the dating world, but it certainly won't prevent you from doing so altogether.
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I have bipolar disorder and am also reasonably sure I have borderline. There is a stigma that those that have bi-polar disorder have drama.
After perusing some of the forums on this site and elsewhere, the answers have been pretty grim...usually "run away as fast as you can" or something similar, which is especially hard to read, especially after a breakup. This probably isn't what you want to hear but it's the way I see it.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
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Dating online in addition to having a mental illness or physical disability can make finding the right person tough but not impossible. Little did I know I would meet the man of my dreams…and my nightmares.Recommended Reading: (affiliate links) Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder: Understanding and Helping Your Partner Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder: A 4-Step Plan for You and Your Loved Ones to Manage the Illness and Create Lasting Stability Bipolar Disorder: A Guide for Patients and Families I would love to connect with you! Just don't forget, knowing you have an issue like that really obligates you to do everything you can to address it. I could have weathered his storms except for the cheating.Otherwise, you're being really unfair to any potential partners. I'm posting this to hear from people who have had successful, long-term relationships with bipolar/borderline people or from people with the disorders who have had long-term relationships themselves. Trust me, I never was in a relationship with a bipolar person but I know people close to me who do and they have no problem getting love, i don't see why you would be any different remember also try out "all" avenues. I had a five year relationship with a high-functioning bipolar man who I suspect is also BPD. It's mostly up to you to keep yourself healthy to maintain a relationship.