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It's almost hard to imagine how different my life was before getting treatment.
Never dated someone with bipolar but I have dated someone with boarderline personality disorder and it was a nightmare.
If given the chance to do it again, I probably would, but I'd want to take with me the knowledge I've gained from it.
I wouldn't want to go through it like I did the first time. To answer that last one, yeah she definitely pushed me away multiple times, that's where a lot of the pain came from.
Being in a LTR with anyone with mental health issues really means you are frequently providing one way support because your partner is dealing with their internal issues, your sex life has long dry spells as they deal with their issues (and frequently their meds play hell with their libedo) and you need to be more active in managing the relationship's health.
I have OCD (fairly severe, when unmedicated), but thanks to therapy (years and years ago) and Prozac I can live completely normally.
I have bipolar 2 and I think I'm generally pretty easy to date despite it.
Hypomanic episodes: good mood, very creative, high sex drive, very productive, that's when I tend to do a lot of problem solving and cleaning/tidying.
Depressive episodes: mostly I just need to be left alone for a while, or to do low-energy things during dates - more staying in and watching movies than going out.
I try really hard never to take out my depression on a partner." Every so often the issue will come up because it's part of a healthy relationship to be able to talk about your emotional problems, but there's a difference between making one person deal with all of your symptoms and allowing them to help/comfort you if they express a desire to do so.
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Interesting thread - weighing in with my own (different) perspective. Really I feel like there's a mixed bag/wide spectrum here.