Originally Posted by XYZ123
Not to attack on your first post, but you're standing on a landmine my friend. As far as I'm concerned. Was this woman ACTUALLY bipolar or are you just labeling her as such? Because...I'm about as bipolar as you can get and I am quite capable of monitoring myself and maintaining healthy relationships. I hate when people say "s/he's being bipolar" when they're not. Because it stigmatizes people like me who put ALOT of effort into controlling the disease.
Sometimes, the term "bipolar" is used to describe when a person just can't make up their mind or keeps sending mixed messages. Those things MAY be true of some folks who ARE bipolar, but doing those behaviour patterns doesn't mean someone IS bipolar.