What to expect when dating someone who is bipolar
Watch it right here: Obviously I don’t know your exact situation. Before we continue, you might be interested in my free “BPD Cheat Sheet” guide: Once you read through the points I make below, be sure to check your email and read that guide.
All relationships are unique in my opinion, and this includes BPD relationships. Most of my relationship experience comes from dating BPD and Bipolar women.
Here you are dating someone who you think could have BPD (or Bipolar).
I know these two things are different, but often times men and women get them confused.
And more often than not, you aren’t rewarded for your hard work and effort that you put into the relationship.
It sucks, but this is usually what happens to those who take up the sword and become the Knight in Shining Armor.
It’s why you often hear of women dating men who are like their father (the term “daddy issues” also comes from this). I learned of my own actions and behaviors that would worsen the relationship.
As I said earlier, developing awareness into these types of relationships is far more important than looking for “techniques” or “secrets” or whatever. When you learn what NOT to do, you avoid doing too much which often leads to mistakes. Instead of focusing your energy on learning new techniques and whatnot, you should mistakes, you’ll avoid most of the problems in your relationship.
I can assure you that my best memories and experiences are from these relationships.
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.