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Bipolar disorder is a part of me, and I am not ashamed of my condition, in fact, it is the opposite, I embrace it.
However, dating—when you live with a mental health condition—can be complicated: You have self-doubt, you question yourself, and mainly you assume you are the underdog in romantic relationships.
The point is, people with mental illness work, play and live out their lives just like so-called “normal” people. We Spend A Lot Of Time In Our Heads You will never know how much time we spend overthinking about something you said at dinner last Tuesday. However, that does not mean that you shouldn’t speak freely.
We’ve been through all that therapy, and we’ve spent more than one session learning how to regulate our emotions.
Today I approach dating with one purpose— to have fun.
by my boyfriend: he manipulated me into questioning my own sanity. We started dating around three years after my diagnosis—when I was just starting to publish my blog and open up about my struggle with mental health.
When I suspected him of cheating, he made me feel as though bipolar prompted delusional ways of thinking.