If it describe you, go seek professional help immediately. While she was "up," we hit it off wonderfully and I was totally smitten with her.
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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. In fact OP, if you were actually diagnosed by a doctor, a medical doctor, you wouldn't be here asking such a question.
You would be working on yourself and retraining your thinking. Even before getting diagnosed, if you follow the patterns you need to then have it checked.
So half a year later after we split, she began to see a therapist that diagnosed her.
The whole sense of discovery sent her through a devastating tail spin so she went to a psychiatric center, where they adjusted her medication, went through some intensive group therapy, and now she is in much better meds.I have seen the best and worst, on meds and not on meds. I have dated a Bi-Polor Women or Manic _Depressive it all the same. If you have borderline personality disorder that can be frightening for you and other people.From what you are describing, its a normal relationship. Talk calmly and rationally, DON'T let the disorder cloud YOUR judgment or needs. The most recommended therapy I have witnessed for that is DBT.It is not my intent to be antagonistic or push anyone's buttons. Some historical psychological point locked in by trauma? Some socially-desirable ideal that is always just out of reach?Nor am I trying to deny any link to the person's (brain? I question the analogy because I am genuinely curious. Some less than ideal state that yields a semi-functioning existence? Can there be a true, reliable mid-point if the bipolar actually spends very little time at "average"? Many men (and women) report they were initially captivated by their date's Manic traits (or at least traits perceived as positive).When she was done with the cancer, she followed all the symptoms, from the manic hyper happy moments, to the lows so lo that she couldn't get out of bed.