Dating for people with bipolar disorder
I am even interested in trying to date someone and have a normal relationship, or as normal as possible for me.
My question is, when should I disclose to people I meet that I have this disability? The fact that I can’t work right now probably doesn’t make me a very good candidate for a relationship, does it?
As Fredrik Ecklund states in his great book The Sell, the world today is much different than it was just 5 years ago.
Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder that affects millions of people from all walks of life.
This is due to their own judgments and rationalizations about what bipolar disorder is and what your behavior will be like. It is much better if they learn to judge your behavior based on its merits rather than simply assuming that because you have bipolar disorder you will do certain things.
We are all in different stages of the disorder and some have learned to manage their symptoms very well.
Bipolar World offers some cautions and concerns for both the bipolar and non-bipolar partners, including this: Another consideration for those with bipolar disorder and dating is when one should tell the potential partner that they have bipolar disorder. In my experience it is not something that you want to divulge at the very beginning.
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.But I do read them from time to time so I can see what kind of crap they’re preaching to you…Here’s the truth: The internet and social media has completely changed the game.All relationships are unique in my opinion, and this includes BPD relationships. Most of my relationship experience comes from dating BPD and Bipolar women.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.