Two bipolar people dating
Thirty years ago it was a term from international relations, describing a situation such as we had during the Cold War where two states, the US and the USSR, had the majority of geopolitical power because they were the only two real players.
Is this the right way to describe a personal connection where at least one person has bipolar disorder?
For the Ancient Greeks, it was Athens and Sparta whose relationship was bipolar.
After all, is it the person who is bipolar, or is it the relationship?
Regardless of these semantic problems, let’s go with the first definition and discuss the issues that arise in relationships with people who have bipolar disorder.
It can be difficult to find good resources on the subject.
Much of what is online is anecdotal and often badly misinformed.
It is actually more common than you may think for two people in an intimate relationship to both have bipolar disorder.