Dating a man with bipolar
It’s impossible to be strong and centered when your mind isn’t focused on the present.This makes dating someone with BPD an impossible task.You can’t be a hero in the present, and this frustrates you. You’re seeking an end-result that exists in your imaginary future.So, you work hard everyday, convinced that you can make your BPD partner “better.” You want to be the hero! You keep telling yourself that you know your partner could be so much better. When you seek a repeat of the Honeymoon Period, you lose focus on reality.However, changing your mindsets to the ones that I teach lead you to better relationships. Am I saying that your BPD or Bipolar relationship will pull a 180 and be healthy forever? I also have a free, 4-page “BPD Cheat Sheet” guide that you can grab instantly. If you’d like to check it out, just click that blue link and it will get sent to your email address instantly. Enjoy this article and I hope you learn something from it.You can’t experience loving, fulfilling BPD/Bipolar relationships without a healthy state of mind.It’s why BPD relationships tend to have a Honeymoon Period. You wouldn’t be here if that wasn’t the case, right? You meet this person who you know can be amazing (your mind is in the future).Unfortunately, this good-natured character can cause you to develop this White Knight belief system. But, what you have done is fallen in love with their potential. But, falling in love with someone’s potential is a common mistake I see in BPD relationships. You’re lost in the future instead of accepting your partner as is in the present.
Opposites attract is a myth (which is another truth I’ve been teaching for years). But, these intense feelings of affection soon fade. This needy behavior triggers the Borderline’s fear of abandonment. Too many people make the same, common mistakes in BPD relationships. You want the best for you, your partner and the relationship.She subconsciously argues with you because she wants to test if you’re a man. Beta males will also try to not argue, but will do it from a state of weakness.