charlie123 wrote:Hmm, I have left her about 10 times - pretty much every second month. I just disappear out of her life, and then return unexpected a month or 6 later. She has never worked it out, and I havent quite seen her since being on medication.
I would think that honestly might be the way to address it. "Hi, how are you? Sorry about last year. I am now on medication and seeing a therapist about my problems. Could we get together some time?" I wouldnt use bipolar as an excuse - she possibly knows that already - what is important is that you are getting treated for whatever your problem is.
And then maybe some flowers. I dont understand it, but they love flowers!
Obviously, she might be seeing someone else by now, and he might be bigger than you, in which case flowers might not be such a great idea
charlie123 wrote:If she left you because you are bipolar, she probably knows it. What is important to her is that you are getting treated for whatever was wrong with you, and things will be better next time. I always think an apology is worth more if it doesnt sound like an excuse.
Don't rush. I know how you feel. We have all been through it. You think you have solved your problems, but you havent. You want to use Bipolar as an excuse, but it isnt. The first month or 2 was very confusing for me, even though I didnt think so at the time. Relax, give the medication a chance for a month or 2, and think it through rationally. Being bipolar, you are probably used to acting irrationally - I certainly did.
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