Dating before divorce final christian
I’m in a situation where I’m trying to get her to get a job and move out. The typical situation is it’s a male with bipolar who’s going through all of these things.
All of the examples that I find to protect myself were geared towards women.
At first, she was diagnosed with ADHD which is much more common than bipolar.
When you get diagnosed with ADHD, they give you speed for it and things got worse.
Now, she’s rebounding and going through the good phase of the cycle, now, she’s medicated, it’s going to be a lot for me to break that promise to myself and remain with her.
I don’t feel guilty about wanting to divorce and I’m not even angry with her.
I’ve had to really try hard to stick myself to that promise and she’s actually helped me keep it by being worse.
One of the contentions I have with the treatment is that they never stopped treating for ADHD. I just want to give you more information on what’s going on and if you think it’s relevant and it affects the treatment, I’m hoping it will.
I consider it to be a misdiagnosis, because when you give a bipolar speed, they try to take on more than they should. When I talk to her physician, she’s not in the room and there isn’t a privacy issue because I approach them and say, “I’m in the middle of this. I’m telling you everything and you benefit from it in any way you want. If it doesn’t, I don’t know what to do.” Unfortunately, when you’re the spouse it’s a lot different than more distance family.
I made a decision to never be vulnerable to her, never be intimate, because she’s taken a lot of things that she’s known about me and the closeness and it’s hurt me in her bipolar episodes.
That was the one thing I could do was not let her be any closer.