I read a post on the family and friends of bipolar group, because my sister is bipolar. I have been thinking about it a lot lately, but after reading the post it sounded like they were talking about me. Several times now I have seperated from my husband. I just so fed up and feel absolute hatred for him. I act so meanly towards him, and tell him mean hateful things. I have been married to my husband for 10years, but there have been 4 seperate times now where I have told him I hate him and want a divorce. Once I actually came within 30 days of it being final. I just feel like I need to get away from him, that he is driving me crazy. Then I go out on a kinda party spree for a few months. Where I feel free and talk to guys and dress to impress. Then I get lonley and depressed and come back. I tell myself that I just get scared of being alone, and being broke so I go back to him. I have never been suicidal, but does this sound like it could possible be bipolar? I have a sister who has been diagnosed, but she has very noticable ups and downs, and has attempted suicide numerous times.
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