Bipolar love

I am a hopeless romantic. When I fall in love it is with my full heart. This would be great if my bipolar didn’t make me the romantic equivalent of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The fun mood swings that I deal with in my day to day life extend to my romantic entanglements. As difficult as it is for me to deal with my extreme mood swings, hopeless depression, and reckless mania, it is borderline sadistic to bring another person into the equation. Not that it matters since woman, or just about anyone, can only put up with these “insane” behavior for so long.

So am I doomed to be alone, or will I find the person that accepts my behavior as a tradeoff for the love I have to give?

Remember to smile,
Hipster Harrison

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3 thoughts on “Bipolar love

  1. I can’t agree with you more. I am the exact same way. It would take someone pretty patient to handle my emotional roller coasters. But, I do believe in some way it is possible. Either you find someone who is completely normal and just extremely patient and understanding or you need someone who battles the same demons you do. Someone who gets you in that deep, dark, sometimes unbearable way. Someone who will hug you when you’re freaking out, and giggle with you when you’re feeling good. It takes a lot of patience and love to love someone that’s broken. And I believe the best person to love a broken person…. is another broken person.

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