I have been seeing someone for about a ear now. I got manic back in September and we broke up then got back together in February, so we had some time apart, but I have seemed to rely on relationships and been ion and out of them with a few guys ever since I was young. I never spent more than a month single until this guy left me. I finally decided to get help in April; even though, I was diagnosed a long time ago; I never got the help I needed and self medicated for a long time. How do I know that it is safe for me to be in a relationship right now? I love this guy, but I need to focus on me. He is willing to give me space and he wants to support my treatment. But I am not sure if that makes us being together all right. How do I know that he isn't another person I am using to feel accepted and appreciated, instead of focusing on me accepting and appreciating myself?
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