I have been in a serious relationship with someone with Bipolar for two years. We currently still live togehter since I broke it off today. I REALLY wanted to be the person who was there for her and to let her know that she deserve to be loved no matter what and that she wasn't her disease. However, even after two years together her feelings for me were still not explicable. She even told me she doens't think she felt as strongly about me as I did about her. So I decided....I can no longer take care of her. I have to now take care of myself as much as I love her and wish we could be together in a healthy relationship. I feel I have done all that I can and I do not know how I'm going to move on from all of this.
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