Bipolar disorder dating website

I thought about doing this experiment, for about ten minutes, but did I really want to greet my potential soulmate with my most personal personality defects, which for me is my mental health? People are still scared of mental health, but even though stats are rising, awareness is on the up, and all of us know someone who knows someone with a severe and enduring mental illness, we would apparently live with an ex convict then someone like me.

Anyway, trying to answer them accurately was near impossible, but it made me laugh. (Kinda depends where I am in my cycle)I can resist temptations easily. (I TRY and be a very reliable person, it just doesn't always work out like that)My friends and family would say I'm very good at managing my money. (You have no idea...) I was deemed "unmatchable" by e Harmony because I answered the questions honestly.

Here's a few examples (and the thoughts running through my head): I get enthusiastic about new things. I guess this is how they reduce liability and increase their "success" rate.

“Rejection is a two-way street, and I rejected plenty of guys online and in person, too.”one in five people in this country) with mental illness, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.

And while dating is a minefield already, doing so with a mental condition requires a serious dedication to honesty, communication, and — like Bruni says — an open mind.

Just how honest are we on internet dating profiles?

We like people to see our best bits, our qualities, the things we are proud of, so we leave out the flaws, the weaknesses, the things we wish we didn't have.After all, some stats reveal that in marriages where one person is depressed, the divorce rate is nine times higher.And if one person is bipolar, the divorce rate can be 90 percent, Stephanie Buehler, Psy D, a psychologist and sex therapist, tells Yahoo Health." data-reactid="22"Bruni, 50, is just one of the 42.5 million Americans (about one in five people in this country) with mental illness, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.So why not just get it out of the way in the beginning? Being totally honest in our profiles can go in one of two directions.You either get no replies, perhaps the odd one or two after pub closing hours, or you attract someone who admires you for your honesty AND your flaws. You may as start choosing the fabric and start table planning.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.