I know that my ex's wouldn't say nice stuff about me or my friend.
I don't post on here on weekends, I have a social life and I work. The misinformation and where it is coming from, that's all true. This type of ignorance is not helping the,mental health community or Doctors at all.
Most of the posts,are made on the weekends when they're all drunk and fucd up and make no sense at all. I do research for this kind of stuff and yes you and your Mom targeted,the 2.
She seems to to be bothered with public speaking but like has this fear of commenting on the internet.
When i tried to set boundaries, she only got angry and attacked me. She reads a lot of mental illness awareness stuff and volunteers at this clinic sometimes cause she has bipolar she even spoke about living with the illness to a group of people which I am proud of cause public speaking scares the crap out atta me.
I mean her therapist has treated many people with bipolar and she said that is a common myth of people of bipolar. Did you have a bad experience dating someone with bipolar? I have dated other girls who were just terrible and they didn't have bipolar.
My best friend has bipolar and her ex's all say stuff that isn't true. How do I make her feel better and tell her she will find someone? I mean I think you should look up what bipolar is from credible sources. I mean do you think you can blatantly fabricate stories and post them in a forum where there are educated people about this disorder as well as seeing through manipulative statements and lies? See pathological liars when trying to prove their point bring in third parties or use stories to illustrate what they are saying is true. Had you not done this your story would have been more credible. You came here saying your best buddy was your girlfriend and now your best buddy is an agoraphobic that lives in a catatonic depression most of the time. And lastly you avoided my question regarding chatting with men. It's ok if you have bipolar and it's ok if you are wanting to hear there are success stories and wanting a relationship, but fabricating stories to make yourself feel better is not the way to do it. Make it happen rather than worrying about the stigma of mental illness. The problem is you know you are lying, so naturally to make yourself more secure you bring in the "required additional proof". You girlfriend's ex boyfriend of 7 years back is testifying about her truthfulness and what a good person she is. Why would you not simply testify yourself since you have been with her for 7 years? Because again you are a pathological liar that adds third parties to make his lie more believable. Your posts are about not stigmatizing mental illness. The chances of the two of you being in the exact same town - both defending your "best buddies" and defending bipolar is unbelievably coincidental. Peace, Lucas Tips from my girlfriend and her therapist on dating someone with bipolar1. You don't have to be their therapist, just be their friend or lover. Being relaxed, listening and understanding the situation will lead to a resolution of the problem. Her therapist sent me some links on good sites as well as information about the disorder! Make sure your partner knows your needs are being meet. It's about talking about what you want and need out of the relationship.7. I would say if you are dating someone with bipolar go and get information from a therapist. They are super helpful and can give you even more tips!