I had been in a relationship with a bipolar for a year. He has a son that I still think about constantly. Its been over a year and the break up was bad, he had gotten rid of me...which turned out to be a great thing for me. I had no idea how unhealthy I was. It was emotional, and a couple of times physically violent. He was an alcoholic, and had a history of cheating, which he informed me that when he was breaking up with me that he was going to do if we didn't end it. So I moved far away, and had to still find out about all the girls he got with, and then four months later he was in another serious relationship, that well ended. Then he wrote me telling me how he had made a mistake, and that he hoped one day i could forgive him, and we could be friends. three months later (actually only after two months of dating this person) he is engaged to a girl 11 years younger than him, and when he talks on facebook to our mutual friends I see it. Its killing me to think he actually may of got his act together, and is so in love. Though he does want to marry every girl he dates. it just hurts. Can a man who is off his meds, drink, actually change that fast or is it al a front again. Why does it hurt so much. Oh and mind you one of the reason I couldn't forgive him when he wrote me was cause I found out he slept with his friends wife again, this time while he was in the house and knew about it, and broke up the marriage. How do our friends stay friends with him...I beginning to not like them either.
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