Is it just me or do alot of bipolar people constantly think that their significant other is just waiting to leave them? My husband and I have been together 10 years and he has stayed me through the worst of my disease. He has been very supportive for the most part, but on my bad days when I say I just need to relax, he says that is fine and he understands. Then later he will make some sort of remark about not getting something done. I just wish if he doesn't understand he would just say it. I always think he is going to leave me or he doesn't love me like he used to. He constantly assures me that I am wrong and have nothing to worry about. Does anyone else have this problem or is it just about me?
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