What happens when you break up with a bipolar? Breakups can be brutal—and can easily trigger bipolar symptoms. The end of a relationship often ushers in dark feelings like abandonment, guilt, and rejection. Even if the relationship was toxic and getting out was the right decision, there may be a sense of failure or self-blame.
How do bipolar people get over a breakup? Take a break if you need one, whether that’s taking a walk around the block or spending a weekend away from your partner. Be open. It’s important to communicate openly with your partner. Tell them how you feel, but never blame them for their disorder.
How do bipolar people deal with heartbreak?
What percentage of bipolar relationships fail? Bipolar Disorder and Marriage
That may be why as many as 90% of marriages involving someone with bipolar disorder reportedly fail.