I am a bit obsessed with my ex gf it's because I love her so much that I am trying to figure out what is going on and keep my sanity while doing so. Let me begin by saying we are both bi-polar so there are a lot of emotions flying around. I am distraught and terrified that I have lost even a friendship with her. She doesn't answer my calls, she ignores my texts, IMs, I wrote her a few letters but Im sure she threw them away. She was at my house Monday and everything was fine then suddenly she has blocked me from facebook, telling me to leave her alone, not to approach her, that a friendship won't work, I make her manic, we aren't allowed in each other's family's so it wouldn't work that God doesn't want her around me or with me. She goes to a christian counselor and that feeds into her religion trigger what do you guys make of this. She kissed me and held me so when we got in the fight I said what about monday she said "f" monday it meant nothing I was manic. So is this bad bipolar on both parts or a goodbye for good.View Thread
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