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Old 10-17-2020, 05:38 PM   #1
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Default His Bipolar is Ruining Me

My husband was diagnosed with bipolar before we met. I thought I knew what I was getting myself into since we had been friends before even dating.

He takes his meds. He goes to therapy (until they make him mad and he has to find a new one).

Iím now starting to suspect heís just a jerk. He blames BP for everything. He canít do anything around the house because his BP makes it so he canít see what needs to be done. And Iím insensitive for suggesting otherwise.

Hereís the kicker. He can tell other people to do the things that he ďdoesnít seeĒ like empty the trash, out the dishes away, vacuum. But his claims are that BP prevents him from understanding that these things need to be done and should be done by him.

So frustrated.
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Hey @Writtensinz what about couple's counseling or therapy for yourself?
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