In this section we will discuss infidelity causes, cures, and some sad and scary statistics.
Symptoms cycle from clinical or major depression, to mania and manic behavior. It isn't the normal cycle of up and downs we all experience from too much stress, too little sleep, losing the lottery, or breaking up with a boyfriend.
Bipolar Disorder can significantly affect a patient's ability to function, and can result in strained or broken relationships, poor job performance, and poor performance in school or group settings. If left untreated, the disorder can even result in suicide.
It is difficult to pinpoint the incidence in untreated cases because many untreated cases are also undiagnosed and, thus, the triggering suicidal event is never determined.
Mental health disorders typically stem from more than one cause, and Bipolar Disorder (BP) is no exception to this rule.
It is very hard to know that your spouse has sex with other people, becomes infatuated with other people, and can even turn against the people that love them most. However, the reason they are unbearable is that they conflict so strongly with expectations.
So you have two choices: moderate the behaviors and/or moderate the expectations.A 1992 Johns Hopkins University survey of patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder reported a 19% incidence of threatened or attempted suicide.Other studies indicate that 25%-50% of bipolar patients will attempt suicide at least once during the course of their illness.Bipolar infidelity is a common – and tragic – consequence of mania and hypersexuality.NOW is the time to discover the facts and avoid the pitfalls.Home | About Bipolar Disorder | About David Oliver | Bipolar Articles/Stories | Bipolar Success Stories | Blogs and Podcast | Catalog | Contact | Current Bipolar News David Oliver In the News | Donate | Events | FAQ's | FREE Resources | Health Directory | Other Illnesses | Recommended Sites | Site Map | Speaking | Testimonials Definition of Bipolar Disorder Causes of Bipolar Disorder Children with Bipolar Disorder Research and Clinical Studies on Bipolar Disorder Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder Diagnosing Bipolar Disorder When Bipolar Disorder is Misdiagnosed Major Depressive, Clinical Depressive or Unipolar Depressive Episode Cyclothymia or Cyclothymic Disorder Dysthymic Disorder (otherwise known as Dysthymia or Dysthemia) Treatment for Bipolar Disorder Bipolar Support Groups How to Help a Loved One with Bipolar Disorder Bipolar Disorder, or BP, was previously called manic-depression or manic depressive disorder.