Bipolar boyfriend suddenly broke up with me

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Dakato
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   Posted 10/21/2016 7:43 AM (GMT -7)   
Hello all. I am new here and seeking guidance.

I have been dating my boyfriend for about 8 months. He is bipolar but takes meds and is in therapy. We have had minor arguments but nothing drastic and we always worked things out. He would have severe mood swings at times and I would walk on eggshells as to not upset him. Overall, though, he was sweet, caring and affectionate. He talked to me several times daily and told me he loved me. Everything seemed fine until two days ago. I missed a call from him and then texted he would call me back later. I responded okay. He never called back so I texted him. No response. I called him and no answer. This is unusual behavior for him. I called and texted a couple more times through the night. I finally got a text from him the next morning saying he loves me but can’t be with me anymore. It was so sudden and unexpected. The day before, he was attentive and telling me he loves me.

I am so lost and hurt. What happened? He won’t talk to me now, calls or texts. Has anyone ever had this happen before? Is this the bipolar disorder? I love him so much and miss him greatly.

We had so many wonderful times. We shared so many interests and passions. It felt like we were soul mates. I just can’t believe he up and cut me off and out of his life like this. I just want to wake up from this nightmare.

Any advice is welcome and thank you.

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   Posted 10/21/2016 2:38 PM (GMT -7)   
Dakato:

As a senior citizen, I don't have a clue to what you're talking about.

But there is this female who I try to help every now and then.

We both have emotional problems, I have manic-depression, she has emotional problems, also. So we get along great. We understand the other one.

about two months ago, I got the phone goes straight to voice mail, then to not even voice mail. Didn't know if she was sick or what. Finally after a month of that, I got, maybe she has a boyfriend.

So I had that void in my life. I was like a father to her and she was like a little sister to me. So I missed that, and it took awhile.

I just thought, well, I'll have to busy myself with other things.

I rem. when I was in high school I had a psychotic episode, and my girlfriend dropped me the next day almost. Well, she tried to drop me, but I kept asking her for dates, because I had already had the emotional upheaval, the start of my manic-depression, and feeling totally worthless, and then on top of that, my "understanding" and "sensitive" girlfriend was dropping me?

I didn't think I could stand that all at once. So, at the end of each date, I asked her for another date, and so she didn't know what to say, and so she'd say, "OK."

I was buying time so I could get my world together in some sort of satisfactory fashion where I came out not such a disrupted person. Finally, when we both went off to different schools, she let me know our dating was over and I had an out by going off to school.

So, from memory I know what that's like. And from recent, I know what it's like to tell someone that you love them, and the emotion that goes with it. And from the she wouldn't take my calls, I know the flip side of that when it appears to be over.

I don't think there is anyway to avoid that, once you step into that, "This is the answer to my dreams." It can go any direction.

You said, "He is bipolar but takes meds and is in therapy."

You said, "Has anyone ever had this happen before? Is this the bipolar disorder? I love him so much and miss him greatly."

You know, I'm bi-polar and I stayed with my wife for 36 years, so I think bi-polars can go in any number of different directions.

My wife had emotional problems, and I put up with a lot from her in order to keep dating her, as you did. If I had taken a closer look at her actions (being close with others) I probably should have left before the storm.

But I looked past that in order to keep dating her.

So, I'm saying, maybe you didn't really need to be with this guy in the first place. He has a serious emotional problem, m-d, and you don't. You don't really need to be close to that.

Dating and being married and possibly with a child can be two different things. One is dating every now and then, and one is every day. He could get where he didn't work. He might get depressed and not want to take care of the child.

You might be working, paying for expensive child care, taking care of the child when you got home, and then start all over again the next day.

This woman I'm helping has emotional problems and she helped herself to a tidy sum of my money about 2 years ago. Didn't I tell you, she had emotional problems?

Same thing I'm telling you right now. Getting away from this guy might be the best thing you've ever done in your life.

This woman I'm helping said just today, "I need to come clean your home." Can you imagine a con artist walking through your home?

There are some people who are born suckers. I think you and I are two of them. We were "born to help." Right.

Oh, I'm a m-d., and how did I do in my marriage? Well, couldn't hold a job, got to where I couldn't work at all. So, does that give you a clue as to what your future looked like with this guy?

People warned my wife, who knew I had a recent nervous breakdown, "you don't want to marry this guy." And at the end, she wished she hadn't.

You said, "Any advice is welcome and thank you."

That's my advice.

Dakato
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   Posted 10/22/2016 7:16 PM (GMT -7)   
Thank you, Tim Tam, for taking the time to respond.

I have been reading a lot about bipolar relationships and most advice is to RUN or be glad he dumped me. All that may be true but right now, my heart is in a million pieces and my world is dark and lonely. We spoke and saw each other frequently all day, every day. Now, my phone is eerily silent and I miss him so very much. I feel unloveable and easily discarded.

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   Posted 10/23/2016 1:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Dakato:

I was trying to figure out what in his bipolar situation might be going on.

I rem. when my wife and I were dating, I tried breaking up with her several times. I think one thing that was going on was that, she would stay the same, but I would be changing from manic to depressed to in the middle, and I would be changing as would my view of her.

Let's say when I was depressed and in the middle, I would want to stay with her.

When I was hypo manic (high functioning but under control), I might have felt over-confident and didn't want to be around her anymore.

When I was manic, I would be going so fast I wouldn't have the presence of mind for a relationship or anything else.

So I'm guessing he may have been hypo manic when he wanted to break with you. Was he functioning at a very high level, but not out of control when that happened?

Or, was he going so fast he was out of control and didn't have time to relate with anybody?

What was his state when he wanted to break up? That's how the manic depression could come in with wanting a breakup, or to be very close to you.

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   Posted 10/23/2016 2:47 PM (GMT -7)   
Dakato,

You are not unlovable. It is the disease which is probably causing him to act this way. But if you get back together and stay with him, this could happen over and over until you decide to back off. It is just that depressed and bipolar people, when they get sick, they want to be alone. Instead of taking a break they see it as all or nothing and they end the relationship. I see this a lot on the depression forum and here.

Just don't think of yourself as unlovable, because you aren't. Have faith that either he will get better or you will meet somebody else. Being in love with a depressed or bipolar person is hard. There is a lot of on and off in the relationships. I would get a book on it, or on depression and relationships. See what you can learn.

I hope that things get better for you. I hope he contacts you again, but like I say, the relationship will not be easy.

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   Posted 10/23/2016 8:21 PM (GMT -7)   
agree with Karen, but with the right work, anything is possible.
THE HAPPY TURTLE.

A QUOTE FROM THE HAPPY TURTLE THAT REFLECTS ME.

"COMPLEXITY IS MY WAY OF EXPRESSING MY NEEDS IN A MANNER THAT IS NEITHER DESTRUCTIVE, NOR NEGATIVE"
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Dakato
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   Posted 10/23/2016 9:14 PM (GMT -7)   
Tim Tam:

I am really not sure what state he was in. We had been seeing a lot of each other...at his request. I almost felt like we should have taken a couple of days off to recoup but he broke up with me so I guess we have a lot of time apart now. Also, he came into a little extra money and was spending quite a bit, but he did a lot of shopping while we were together... A LOT of shopping. He has a good job, though, and works steady.

He did say he was really tired lately and the day before he ended things with me, he mentioned he felt like his head was in a fog. He didn't sound depressed or down when I talked to him but that was earlier the day before things ended.

I texted him today and asked him if I could pick something up of mine. Nothing emotional or anything. He could leave it somewhere and not see me. As suspected, he didn't answer me. I don't know if he blocked me or just plain hates me now. I just don't know why he can't even talk to me. I am being completely shunned.

Thank you Karen and Happy Turtle for the kind words and advice. I am trying to keep my head up and sending him positive thoughts and love.

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   Posted 10/24/2016 2:39 AM (GMT -7)   
good on ya.
THE HAPPY TURTLE.

A QUOTE FROM THE HAPPY TURTLE THAT REFLECTS ME.

"COMPLEXITY IS MY WAY OF EXPRESSING MY NEEDS IN A MANNER THAT IS NEITHER DESTRUCTIVE, NOR NEGATIVE"
'

Dakato
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   Posted 10/24/2016 5:43 AM (GMT -7)   
I am very sad right now. He always called me at certain times throughout the day. Now, those times come (like now) and my phone is silent.

Even if he does not want a relationship with me, does that mean we can't even talk as friends? Am I such a terrible person I need to be denied existence altogether?!

I feel like such a fool believing he could actually love me like he said and acted like he did. I am so lonely and miss him. Sadly, from what I have been reading, it seems he has probably already moved on and is with or pursuing someone new with not even a passing thought of me. I am just a discarded, useless tissue who thought was deserving of this kind of love. I was wrong.

Sorry, I just need to get my thoughts out.

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   Posted 10/24/2016 8:58 AM (GMT -7)   
1. You said, just prior to the break-up, "he came into a little extra money and was spending quite a bit, but he did a lot of shopping while we were together... A LOT of shopping."

From the standpoint of someone who is also manic-depressive, spending money can be a sign of mania. So, from my point of view, he could have been hypo manic (high functioning but not into full, out of control mania).

His self-confidence could have been sky high. At such times, he could feel he doesn't have to have anybody, put up with anybody, literally top of the world feeling.

Anything mundane, going shopping for groceries, for instance, might be beneath him.

You said he didn't earn the money, or work for it for a long tiring time, he came into the money, instantly.

That would throw my mind into hypo mania.

2. As a manic-depressive, me and him, he could come crawling back in few hours, in a few days, in a few weeks. When his mania starts skimming the treetops and he's about to crash, he may be scrambling for the phone, so be ready for a possible quick reversal.

If your "wish comes true," and he does call back, rem. something someone who had some good luck told me one time: "Be careful of what you wish for, you might get it." Meaning, even a certain amount of success can have it's drawbacks.

If this happens and you do take him back, I would consider marking a notch one the bedpost as to how many times you're going to do this. Notice his cycles. I would try to stay single for enough time to see what's going to happen.

You have the blues now, but with marriage and possibly a child, this time may seem like a piece of cake if these cycles keep repeating themselves. You might want to have a set number of times you're going to put up with it, if he does come back for a significant time.

Also while he may be able to hold a job now, we haven't talked about age, let's say he's 25, at 35 and 40 his illness could progress and he might not have the mental strength to hold a job, or the type of job he has now. The illness does tend to become worse with age, in my view and with my experience as a manic-depressive.

He may not be calling back because he doesn't want to burn his bridges behind him.

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   Posted 10/24/2016 9:52 AM (GMT -7)   
I want to thank you, Tim Tam, for your patience and insight. It helps...

Just looked at his Facebook page. He is all happy go lucky. He used me, broke my heart and could care less.😢

I have never had anyone make me feel so unimportant. I just don't know how I will ever get over this. What did I do to deserve this?

By the way, he is 34, divorced a year. He was married for 5 years but with his wife a total of 10. He has a 4yo son. I am separated and going through a long divorce process. I am 44. Maybe that gives you some more insight. I am very lost and hurt. I feel like an old fool!!

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   Posted 10/24/2016 12:34 PM (GMT -7)   
You said, in your first post:

"I have been dating my boyfriend for about 8 months. He is bipolar but takes meds and is in therapy."

We can't go forward 8 months right now, but we can go backwards.

What was he like during the 8 months that you were dating him and things were going reasonably well?

You have provided some of that, some of the time you said you had to walk on egg shells around him, for his temper might could be set off. I've had that said about me, as a m-d, and didn't really realize that about myself.

I was not on Lithium when that was said about me. When I took my first Lithium tablet, I felt the air had been taken out of an overly tight balloon. I didn't know I had been that tense that long. I wished I had been diagnosed as m-d 15-20 years sooner.

So, if he's been diagnosed right and medicated right, that's very good.

You said he would have "severe mood swings at times."

You see, right there, that's very interesting. How bad did he get? Does it tie in with what's going on with him right now? How bad is bad? What would happen during his "severe mood swings"?

Is this one of his bad mood swings?

You said, "Overall, though, he was sweet, caring and affectionate."

What would it be like when he was sweet, caring and affictionate?"

What was that, breakfast in bed, watching a good movie on the couch with the hot, buttered popcorn? Help me out here, I might can learn some things.

You said, "He talked to me several times daily and told me he loved me."

So that was some of his "sweet and caring." Affectionate won't fit into this format. So you got in there pretty deep.

OK, my friend, since you've referred to yourself as a fool, here's my tale of whoa.

My friend would give me, over the phone, Some "I love you's" and then the huggy boo for five seconds, OK, three seconds, over at my place.

OK, cloud nine here. Next day, I took my deceased by 6 years wife's cloths out of her closet and put them on the bed to be given away, for the three seconds of "contact" the night before had emotionally removed her from my mind. It was the physical contact that did that.

I believed everything that woman did and said. Within a week, she wanted to borrow a sum of money to fix a linking roof on her trailer, and everything would be ruined, I think she said. I was so engulfed emotionally, I wrote her a check for that and mailed it to her.

I noticed over next couple of days no phone call from her. I called on the third day to see if she got the check. Called her next 4 or 5 days, no answer on her phone. At some point, it kicks in, I've been ripped off by my "sweet."

My new love. Right. I never did get her on the phone or my money back.

A year goes by. Have you ever been lonely? OK, I called her. I called the con artist who had ripped me off. So, you think you're a fool. Well, I'm a complete idiot.

Well, since then, now 8 months ago, we've been talking on the phone, yeah, and she's been bilking me for everything she can. I know, it doesn't make any sense.

Again, she's like my little sister and I'm like a father figure to her.
So, that's the only way I can relate to what you're going through.

Now to the more recent, you said:

"Just looked at his Facebook page. He is all happy go lucky. He used me, broke my heart and could care less.😢"

I think the key might be, "He is all happy go lucky."

That could be mania. Did the Lithium or other med seem to hold him during those 8 months?

I'm wondering if this happy will last for an extended time. It could come crashing down. Is there a woman in the Facebook situation? Why is he so happy? He's got a new life or what?

I know this hurts. I know. I know. I know.

You said:

"I have never had anyone make me feel so unimportant."

Yikes. Well, this guy has to be a little bit cruel. Had he ever demonstrated "cruel" before during those 8 months, to you or anyone else?

Yu said, "I just don't know how I will ever get over this. What did I do to deserve this?"

Yikes, yikes. You're in deep. Gosh, how are we going to get over this? I'm a very sorry.

You didn't do anything to s deserve this. We going to put it all on him.

You say, "By the way, he is 34, divorced a year."

34, what mid life crisis? Also what was his first marriage like. Why was the divorce? Do you know anyone who knows him? He could have been hard to live with during that marriage.


You say, "By the way, he is 34, divorced a year. He was married for 5 years but with his wife a total of 10. He has a 4yo son."

He has a 4 year old son. Here's something right here.

What was his attitude toward his son? Was he regretful that this breakup caused problems for his son? That's killer, for a child. If he has no concern for that child, where do you think you get off expecting anything different from this slob, I mean, from this guy?

See there, not worried about the kid, not worried about you. Are we beginning to get through? Do we see Mr. Wonderful for what he is? Not calling you, not worrying about his kid, gosh, wonder what that means. I think that means he's a jerk.

What did he say to you was the reason for the divorce?

Do you have any children? Long divorce process, so that makes things double tough. You're doing really well for all you're under.

If we can get you through these next few days some hope.

You say, "I feel like an old fool!!" Well, I do, too. Even as a senior citizen, people still have that desire for those emotions, and that's all we were trying to do. There is nothing wrong with that.

Our heart was in the right place. When someone tells us they love us, we still fall for that. There is nothing wrong with that. That is human.

You said, "I am very lost and hurt." That is human also. You are the same strong person you were before you met this guy, and I am the same person I was before this woman ripped me off. She had had a very rough life.

Your guy may have a history of being cold, so I would look into that, as far remembering his feelings toward you, his first wife and his son. How did he speak of his first wife?

You said: "I am 44. Maybe that gives you some more insight. I am very lost and hurt. I feel like an old fool!!"

"confused: confused mad mad mad mad :mad"

Sweet, sweet, sweet. Sensitive, sensitive, sensitive. Good, good, good.

Post Edited (Tim Tam) : 10/24/2016 1:58:03 PM (GMT-6)


Dakato
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   Posted 10/24/2016 1:20 PM (GMT -7)   
Is there any way we could message privately, Tim Tam?

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   Posted 10/24/2016 1:33 PM (GMT -7)   
Our 8 months were overall very happy. Intense at first and then leveled off to a nice, comfortable, loving relationship. Sometimes, he would get irritated easily or take things I said the wrong way but once we talked it over, he would forget it and move on. I guess those mood swings were not severe. He never was violent or called me derogatory names.
He would call me a jerk, often, but not really in a cruel way and then he would say sorry. Just kidding. Sometimes, he would say "I wish you loved me." When I told him I did, he would say, "I know."

I never met his son in person. He was protective of him because his ex wife was being very controlling over who he introduced to his son. I believe I would have met him soon. I met his parents and friends.

He talked bad about his ex wife but that is not unusual. I never met her so I didn't have an opinion really on if the stuff he said was really true. I am sure some of it was inflated.

As for the Facebook, he just posted that he "feels super today." How can he feel so good when I am so hurt? That makes me think he never really cared about me. I don't know if there is another woman now but it seems par for the course for a bipolar sufferer to find someone immediately following a break up. From what I have read lately anyway.

Honestly, he wasn't perfect but neither was I. I am insecure, lack confidence and have low self-esteem. I would panic if I didn't hear from him when he usually called and would call him and ask if everything was okay. He was always understanding but I am sure it didn't make me look good. I have a fear of abandonment due to past relationships and that my significant other will lose interest in me. I can't help thinking that my behavior was ultimately what pushed him away.

I always say I am my own worst enemy. This break up was a self-fulfilling prophecy. I always fear the worst and that is what usually happens. I know deep down that I am a good person....caring, loving, giving but I am also damaged. I have deep, emotional wounds that follow me in every relationship, romantic or platonic. I am considering seeking a therapist to try and help me sort out my head and heart. Perhaps get them working in sync.

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   Posted 10/25/2016 9:39 AM (GMT -7)   
In the last post, you told more about yourself than you did about him.

You sound more like me than I sound like me.

He sounds pretty good.

Then we get to the Facebook where he writes that he "feels super today."

And then you write, "How can he feel so good when I am so hurt? That makes me think he never really cared about me."

If he knows you read Facebook, that's pretty brazen for him to have posted that. Which makes you think "he never really cared about me."

Did you ever think this when you two were dating for 8 months?
Was he pretty aloof?

Then you do mention his bi-polar, and the possibility that this type can get a new partner pretty quickly.

Then you go off onto yourself. Whoa! A detour from talking about him for the first several posts. You're putting it all on yourself. Interesting.

And while you're describing yourself, you're describing me, also. Mr. Insecure here, especially around females.

You say,

"Honestly, he wasn't perfect but neither was I. I am insecure, lack confidence and have low self-esteem. I would panic if I didn't hear from him when he usually called and would call him and ask if everything was okay. He was always understanding but I am sure it didn't make me look good. I have a fear of abandonment due to past relationships and that my significant other will lose interest in me. I can't help thinking that my behavior was ultimately what pushed him away."

Gosh, you're right into my psychic.

I even used the word "insecure" about me without realizing you were going to use it in your description of yourself in the first line.

You said, "I am insecure, lack confidence and have low self-esteem." Woo. Spooky, and here at Halloween, too.

Again, that perfectly describes me. I would have choosen, inferiority complex, for me, which you left out.

You said, "I would panic if I didn't hear from him when he usually called and would call him and ask if everything was okay. He was always understanding but I am sure it didn't make me look good."

This is too much. I've gotta take a nap.

When I hadn't called this woman in a year, after she had ripped me off, I finally broke down and called her. When she said hello, and I told her who I was, she hesitated for a second, I took it as rejection, she was probably thinking, "Is he calling me to try and get his money back?"

So before she could reject me, I said, concerning her hesitancy to talk, "Are you mad a t me?" Now, she is the one who ripped me off, and I'm begging her to get back in with me?

Yeah. When I got back in with her, and then she wasn't calling for awhile, I would call her and ask on the voice mail, "Are you doing OK?"

Just like you would.

In a way, we were both treated pretty rough, and we're begging for more, you, with wanting him back or missing him, when he hasn't responded in awhile. I was the same way.

They didn't get along after a month or so, and so she called me back.

You said, "I have a fear of abandonment due to past relationships and that my significant other will lose interest in me. I can't help thinking that my behavior was ultimately what pushed him away."

I have that, also. I can't improve upon what you said. I feel like I have to keep performing at peak level to try and hold onto whoever for 5 minutes.

I can't just relax and be myself because I'm a jerk.

You say,

"I always say I am my own worst enemy. This break up was a self-fulfilling prophecy. I always fear the worst and that is what usually happens. I know deep down that I am a good person....caring, loving, giving but I am also damaged. I have deep, emotional wounds that follow me in every relationship, romantic or platonic. I am considering seeking a therapist to try and help me sort out my head and heart. Perhaps get them working in sync."

I can't improve upon that. That is way deep.

You said in that paragraph, "I know deep down that I am a good person....caring, loving, giving but I am also damaged."

That's me, also. I feel that I have very good qualities, I just can't demonstrate them in a spouse situation. I submit to the other person, and my personality disappears.

You say, "but I am also damaged. I have deep emotional wounds that follow me in every relationship, romantic or platonic. I am considering seeking a therapist to try and help me sort out."

You're slaying me.

This woman I am trying to help has deep emotional wounds, also. The only women I get along with are women with deep emotional wounds. I had some trauma in childhood and I don't feel like a complete adult, and the only women I feel strong around are women who had some trauma in childhood themselves.

Then I get to feel like the big man, around such a female. Because they feel diminished, also. So that's why I feel good being around the woman who I like my "little sister." And I am to her a "father figure." So it's no "in love, out of love situation."

We can't really get hurt. We aren't a threat to each other. I don't worry about any relationship she might have, and she doesn't worry about upsetting me because I'll always be there.

Mostly what we do is talk on the phone. Living together would be impossible.

She did say recently, "I just want to be loved," which for her would be difficult. I couldn't help her in that category.

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   Posted 10/25/2016 10:17 AM (GMT -7)   
Tim Tam,

I am sorry to hear of your wife's passing and the emotional struggles, like me, you have to endure.

You have been very kind to talk with me. I tried calling him and I believe he has blocked me from his phone. My attempts to reach him have failed. To him, I never existed. Perhaps I should stop existing. The pain of being so cut off and not worth even talking to is unbearable. I must be a horrible person to make someone want to completely shut me out forever. I give up...

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   Posted 10/27/2016 11:35 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Dakota, you need to read what getting by posted to you. If you will read through the first 10 pages in this forum you will find many posts from girlfriends & spouses that has gone through the same thing. Stop blaming yourself, you did not cause the illness, it was there long before you came into his life.

Get yourself some professional help so that you can understand that you have no control over his illness. You are very much a good caring person.

Take care.
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   Posted 10/28/2016 5:40 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Dakato,

Being with someone with an illness is hard. It can take a toll on you as well, and it can be a lot to handle. You are a wonderful person. Please do not think that you are unloveable.

I too would suggest you seek some counselling for yourself as this will give you some insight on what it going on in your life and talking will help you feel better.

Take Care,

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