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Old 05-24-2012, 03:03 PM   #1
Join Date: May 2012
Location: Medway, UK
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Bipolar Girlfriend

Hi I am a boyfriend of a Bipolar girl and she has run away saying she needs time and is at a friends house. She had just found out that she is in a lot of debt and she had not been taking her meds for 5 days. I have seen her once in the last week when she came to get clothes and I could not get through to her she kept looking to her friend (who knows nothing about her illness) for approval. She only took enough for a few days and said she would call me that night she had clearly been drinking and told me that she was back on her meds. I have heard nothing from her for 2 days now and I am terrified she has got herself into trouble she hardly knows this girl and they let it slip that they had been spending time with other guys. She has cheated on me before when she didn't take her meds and I am worried she has slept with someone and is now feeling like she cannot come home. Everyone is telling me to pack her stuff and text her to say come get it but I think she needs help not throwing away! Please help me this is making me ill with worry! She has also fallen and hit her head for the second time in 3 weeks both whilst drinking is this another part of the bipolar?

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