OK, now I haven't dated in a very long time because I've been married. Now, I'm going through a divorce and will be trying to date again. When do I tell someone that I'm Bipolar? And how do I approach that subject? I was talking to a guy not to long ago and when I mentioned being Bipolar he freaked because his last g/f had it and he said that she was nuts and angry all the time. Being Bipolar is a part of my everyday life and I feel that they deserve to know about it, so that if one day they call and I don't want to talk and all I want to do is cry they'll know why. I'm just confused as to how to go about all this...any advice would be appreciated!
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