I dated a guy for about five months when he lived very close to me. We developed a strong bond and saw each other every single day. When he moved to Michigan (I live in Tennessee), we broke up. He recently sent me an e-mail saying that he still loves me. I honestly still have strong feelings for him, too. I explained that I have bipolar disorder and he says he is willing to be understanding and sensitive, which he was even before I was officially diagnosed. I know long-distance relationships are difficult even without bipolar disorder compounding the problems. I was wondering if anyone had any advice to offer or could share a similar experience and how it worked out. Thanks for reading.
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