Usually we have to be very patience on them, understanding is the key of to make sure your relationship with them are going well. There are a lot of aspects in dealing with people like this. In a workplace/school, friends and among your family members. People with Bipolar Disorder seldom think that others have feeling too, they are selfish, ego and easier to get angry ( Honest opinion) .They can't see their faults but often see others are the 'Bad guys'. Once they are corrected by people who are sincerely tell them what is wrong, they will probably hold grudges or build hatred on them until they realized their weak points. People who are mentioned in responsible to love them unconditionally are their family members and close friends.
It's tough this love.. because when it comes from the heart you should be able to stand up against all obstacles.. but if you have the strength to invest the time and if love is that genuine.. you'll find that in the end it will be worth it.. I think LOL good question
you have to be understanding and paitent with them they are sick alot of what they do isnt there fault you have to have understanding and a gental heart do what you can to help and know when to leave them alone
by neelanshi vyas21 months ago
Is loving someone is crime? If not then why romio and juliet have to die?
by deergha4 years ago
Have you ever tried stop loving?One of my friend is in a very frustrating situation. Don know how to support her. Is it possible to stop loving some one you cared a lot ?Any help..guidance?
by dmoney4god5 years ago
What is the difference between loving someone and being in love with someone? Why?
by Krissi876 years ago
Is fear a natural emotion for loving someone too much?
by backporchstories5 years ago
What is the difference between loving someone and being in love with someone?
by akuigla6 years ago
What is a difference between loving someone and being in love?Which one is deeper or stronger?
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