When someone is bipolar and they let it go too long where they disassociate themselves with the ones they used to love (like a significant other)...and they say they are confused whether to come back to you or not cuz you hurt them but at the same time they are dealing with a bipolar episode....is it true that bipolar people in this situation are uncapable of making decisions on their own? The girl I know who is like this (my gf whom I am seperated from) says that I broke her heart cuz I was dealing with my OCD and took it out on her and my mother but at the same time she started a \"episode\" of her own and then she left me. Now she tells me she wants to be with me but yet she doesn\'t know if she can trust me, that she isn\'t ready or doesn\'t know if she ever will be. But like I said at the same time she says half of her does want to be with me. She hasn\'t went and got no medication or help yet. She was taking Wellbutrin for a while but it did not help her at all, only seem to make her worse if anything. So is that true, not being able to make a decision like that on her own until she gets some help? Please leave a response, I really would like to know or get some opinions. Thank You!!
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