Remind yourself of that on a daily basis, and go into dating feeling proud of your differences.
About a year ago, I went back to a guy’s apartment at the end of a long, gin-soaked first date.
I believe individuals with bipolar or any mental health condition add depth and understanding to a person’s life.
Wait until you feel comfortable, and believe that the other person deserves to hear about that part of your life.
Know that you are a capable and unique individual who has something special to add to another person’s life.
I have learned a lot from men I’ve been romantically involved with—including the ones who have treated me poorly.
It is important for people to remember that challenges are inevitable in romantic relationships regardless of if your partner has a mental health condition or not.
The fact is, we all have issues, whether you live with bipolar disorder or not.