Absolutely. They can make for the best and most understanding relationships.<br />
Just be aware that you'll tend to cycle together.
Anything is possible. I have bipolar 2, and have 2 teens living with me who also suffer mental illness. We support each other.
I dont think so been there Too much drama and obsession and possession He is a genius but managed to destroy his own life not just because of his mental disorder almost destroyed my life I am better off without him I think of him every once in a while but it was easier breaking away from him than I thought<br />
There is that we cycled together sometimes but then there were the times when he could just not take the rapid cycles I go through and he would pull away
Yes, i dont know why this is even a question...
i know someone that was depressed along with other things that dated a bipolar guy for 4 years and it didn't turn out well. Get the therapy you guys need. And be healthy, eat healthy food, and alcohol really affect the mood swings and so do other drugs. The more I stay away from bad substances the better I feel and the better my relationships get. I guess depends on the person. I have bipolar 2 and my bf has anxiety problems and we somehow do fine because we both try to live a healthy lifestyle.
Maybe together they are of a higher power than 2 "normal' peeps ;D
I want to believe the answer is yes. Either two people are self-sufficient and in a 'healthy' (but often emotionless or fake) relationship.. or they have faced struggles and understand the importance of being supportive to each other. As long as both are aware and willing to work on it together and can help keep each other in check, I dont see why not. It will be more emotionally charged but that is truer love.