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Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.The participants also reported that their sex lives sagged when their partner was in a manic or a depressive phase; three-quarters of the women who were interviewed and 53% of the men complained of infrequent sex when their spouses were depressed.Another study of bipolar caregivers found that 86% of the participants characterized the stress they experienced as a result of their partners illness as "major." And 9 out of 10 said they found it difficult to keep the relationship going.But it will rarely be easy, especially if the object of your affection doesn't comply fully with treatment.
People who can harness their energy when they are in a hypomanic phase can be really productive.“I said, ‘I understand if you want to run out the door and never see me again, but I’d like to continue our date and tell you everything I can about my diagnosis and how I manage my illness,’” Hope recalls. He could not have been more positive and agreed to give our relationship a chance.” Dating is always fraught with expectations, anxiety and disappointment.Having bipolar disorder adds layers of complication: Should I trust this new love interest with my diagnosis? If we do move forward, how will the new relationship weather my mood shifts?But in reality, mood disorders can be hard to pinpoint--particularly in people with bipolar disorder symptoms."Chalking it up to moodiness or trouble at work or tiredness is pretty common," says Carrie Bearden, Ph D, associate professor in residence of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and psychology, at the David Geffen School of Medical at UCLA.