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42.) could not make an important decision in his life without his parent’s involvement. 44.) told me I should be grateful for all he’s done.45.) constantly would send me “statistics” of why our relationship wouldn’t work 46.) during fights he would not answer his phone, turn off the lights at his home and pretend he wasn’t there refusing to speak 47.) kept secrets from his parents 48.) said I didn’t make him feel sexually attractive, but nameless faceless women did in general said very hurtful spiteful things to me 49.) would chat on line while we were engaged with other women 50.) we would rarely have sex. Where most engaged couples are so in love they have sex 3-4 times a week if not more.I am hoping by posting this I will help someone else before they subject themselves to the pain that many of us have or are still enduring by loving someone with the terrible illness.

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Looking back on it now, it was a direct manipulation and it worked, because I showed up at his door that evening. I wish I had done my research prior to my involvement with him instead of learning as I went along and although I know not all bipolar’s are the same I would like to post the warning signs I ignored and say that if anyone here is considering getting involved with someone with this illness be prepared to face a lifetime of pain. Very little french kissing or touching in general, but otherwise acted very sexual. 4.) wrote me an e-mail of things he expected of me and from the relationship early on including marriage and children. 5.) told me he “loved me” after our 5th date 6.) clearly by now he is in a full manic stage.

I have yet to meet someone in person or on line that has a healthy relationship with someone with this illness. He brought me down to such a state of depression that I myself had to take medication several months after our breakup for depression. Everything was euphoric, he was taking me on the ride with him 7.) did or made inappropriate sexual comments, grabbing my crotch in public, saying or asking inappropriate things 8.) wanted to know how far I have gone sexually, i. Threesomes, etc 9.) talked about sex all the time, but when it came right down to it, he used it as a way to control me, saying this such as “a good way not to get me to sleep with you is by asking me to.” 10.) sex the first time was horrible and many times thereafter.

I am writing this for anyone who is dating someone that is bipolar or is thinking about dating someone that is bipolar.

I wish I had done more research prior to my involvement with my ex-fiancée.

It’s been 1 year and 3 months since we split up, and I am finally moving through the pain, however I don’t think I will ever be the same. Lacking intimacy 11.) admitted sending explicit sexual photos to women he didn’t know on line and wish he had done more sexually promiscuous things 12.) said he was glad I wasn’t into porn and said he was vehemently against it 13.) i found him posted on a porn web site while we were still engaged soliciting sex 14.) had dated 224 women, yet hadn’t had a significant relationship since college 15.) said he had done inappropriate things in the past that he didn’t want to go into 16.) told me watching others have sex would be fun 17.) extraordinarily bright, but emotionally immature 18.) proposed marriage within 3 months 19.) one day he was up the next he was down. He stayed on his side of the bed, again no intimacy 21.) demanded my time when he knew I couldn’t give it 22.) said he wasn’t into public displays of affection 23.) he had little to no friends 24.) his parents were over involved in his life, yet he was in his mid 30’s.