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Anonymous asked in Family & RelationshipsSingles & Dating · 1 decade ago

I have bipolar and schizophrenia, will any guy ever date me?


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  • 1 decade ago
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    To cut to the chase, BIPOLAR (as you might already suspect) is simply the new “in” word for Manic Depression where a person cycles between “very big highs” (mania) and “very low Lows” (depression) which is a far wider range than most other peoples - and it lasts for more than a couple of weeks.

    Many famous and highly intelligent people have/had manic depression including Sir Winston Churchill, Stephen Fry, Carrie Fisher, Spike Milligan, Ben Stiller, DMX and many others. Managed properly, it can be lived with, and in fact because the “mania” (the highs) are so exhilarating, most manic depressives wouldn’t swap their manic depression for being normal. There are three treatments for Bipolar, and only one of them involves antidepressant drugs. Read on…

    I've been in fairly hefty senior management positions for around 4 decades and have had up to 500 staff under me at times. I’ve had to deal frequently with many people suffering Depression, so know a little about what you are going through. Depression is far more common than most people think because most people either don't recognise it or hide it. In fact, I think the stats show that up to one-in-five people suffer from Depression, all over the world. It's good that you're getting it out in the open and seeking advice. Just be careful of the myths and here-say, though. A lot of people don’t know what they’re talking about and just seem to make things up as they go along.

    Anyhow, to cut to the chase - Nowadays, I produce videos, and last year made a 35-minute DVD presented by a top UK Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Darryl Britto, who is a personal friend of mine, and who wanted to squash all the myths about depression, because he felt that very few people thoroughly understood what it is all about. In the DVD he includes an explanation of the three main treatments available. It's purposely in simple layperson's language and aimed at 4 categories of people.

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    I sincerely hope this information might help you, although I recognise that I have not commented on the Schizophrenia, because I don't know a great deal about it. I hope I haven’t given you too much text here – but I felt it important to lever you away from (sometimes) harmful here-say, gossip and myths. You are not alone, you know. Depression is treatable in the majority of cases and it's truly not as bad as you feel it is - you just need to know the FACTS and what Depression is all about, which then makes it ten times more easy to handle.

    Good luck & Cheers

    John E

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  • Mark
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    I would not think that. Bipolar and schizophrenia can both we controlled/contained. So if you had the right personality I would date someone like you.

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  • 1 decade ago

    If it's controlled, but it's a good thing to bring up on a second date. Personally I'd be ok with it.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Are you proffesionnally diagnosed?

    You can't 'have' bipolar or schizophrenia.

    It means you ARE ...

    And yeah, provided you are on medications for it. My coach was bipolar type 2. He stopped taking his meds. In 2 months, he ruined his life completely.

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  • 1 decade ago

    schizo isnt so much of a big deal unless ur imagniary buddies tell ya to kill people lol

    bipolar on the othe rhand is a serious thing, if you curse out or blow up infront of my friends/ at me/my job or thing slike that, then yeah i'd hae to break it off

    id reccomend dating one of thos epoeple whoses afraid of the sun, and enjoys living inside, one who works off his computer lol

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  • 1 decade ago

    yes, both of those conditions are controllable at the very least. I believe that there is someone who will love you out there, just be yourself, and they will find you

    all the best


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  • 1 decade ago

    i have depression and anxiety and i have a loving boyfriend who also suffers from the times i wonder if im driving him off with my extreme moods but he still loves me the same....maybe that';s all u need is somebody who shares your problem or at least understands...Good luck!

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  • 1 decade ago

    yes there are plenty of guys who will fall for your personality and not your illness.

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