Hi i'm Angel and I have OCD very severely. My fiance is bipolar. I'm not sure what level he is. But the doctor used a different word he didnt use bipolar he said it wasnt bipolar quite yet or something like that but it was a really long word and he said that is the closest thing to being bipolar. so i guess there treating him as being bipolar. I dont know much about this because i havent asked him what they diagnosed him with and all that because he dont like to talk about it and he doesnt know i am writing this. But somedays are absolutely great, and then somedays are horrible and all we do is fuss and fight. One minute he's fine and 10 minutes later he is going crazy. He was on medication so it was being controlled pretty well. But he stopped taking his medicine and he says he doesnt want to take his medicine. Is anyone else in a relationship with someone who is bipolar? What do you do when things get crazy? I love my fiance with all my heart and i know he has a medical condition and he knows i have one to and we accept that because we love each other and the medical conditions are part of us so we both accept each other. But im just wondering if there is somethings that he could do so maybe he wouldnt be so tempted to change moods and everything. I want him to start taking his medicine again but he doesnt want to but i think that'll help a lot. Any comments or help will be very appreciated. Thanks, Angel
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