Thats exactly how I am. i have the bipolar symptoms but I also have frequent and sudden anger/jealous/paranoia/suspicion "rages". They are so bad, I never remember when its all over and everytime I feel like Im starting to mad I automatically think hes mad at me for something. It just turns into a BIG MESS!! Ive done some research and am going to make an appointment with my Dr. as soon as I can!!View Thread
I have been diagnosed with Bipolar II , OCD, Stress/Anxiety/Social disorders and am currently taking medication. I have noticed that my moods and depression have become pretty stable. Now I have new things coming up. I am now OVERLY jealous and suspicious, angry at my fiance alot and end up arguing over the littlest thing and being very loud and harsh to him. At the end of it, when I go back to myself, I dont remember anything I just said. I read that BPD has the anger and things that arent really associated with Bipolar. It has gotten so bad that my fiance has left my son and I. We are talking about trying to work things out but before that can happen, I need to know if Im being misdiagnosed or what is going on and what I should do to keep myself healty and my relationship going.View Thread
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