We have been dating for a little over four months, we met November 25 and have not been apart a single day. We love eachother to a sickening degree. He told me from the start that he is bipolar and I was like..ok..b/c everything was fine I didn't see why he made such a big deal about it, he told me that being with him would be very difficult. Well, the last month has been nonstop arguing and I assume he is in some sort of cycle? He keeps saying how stressed out he is and he has been having severe headaches. It seems like no matter what I do or say it starts a fight. Not to mention our sex life has gone to hell the past month. I don't want to lose him and he doesn't want to lose me but I am getting very very frustrated and am about at my wits end...I just want us to be normal again. He started lithium a while back and I felt like it made him very irritable so he has stopped and is going at the end of this week to the doctor. He got on the litium b/c he would sometimes have extreme outbursts of anger, breaking things and such...I guess what I am hoping for, is some advice on how to handle this and what I should be doing or NOT doing. I love this man and want to work thru this. HELP!
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