I'm 23 years old with bi polar disorder i was told i had adhd when i was young but was told i may have been actually bi polar at age 18 I dont claim it and try to avoid the stigma but never the less i really try to keep with meds but i found myself in same boat with feeling as if i have a love addiction and swear throw in a couple of engagements in your story and on marriage and you could be telling my life if you find out if its apart of disorder let me no i have read what other people wrote but in my personal case i have no lack of love for myself or otherwise ive just been like this since i was a kid no horror story attach i say romantic but love is a my thing can totally relate and most times its not about sex just intimacyView Thread
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