I mean Im trying to be more about asking them QUESTions. I was more comfortable with it being a blind date and knowing that she had no clue who I was before a friend set us up. Not somebody that is changing themselves to fit a situation. So I feel like I have nothing to talk about to a stranger without telling too much.
The Bipolar Foundation states that the condition affects up to 2.4 million people in the UK. According to NHS Choices, those with it are 20 times more likely to attempt suicide than the general population.
Don't help her change, don't tell her what to do or get angry.
Just mention she is different and let her handle the episode according to her discussions with her therapist. Second you will have to accept that she will probably always have some kind of bipolar disorder. She will not be better if you get married and have kids.
For the Ancient Greeks, it was Athens and Sparta whose relationship was bipolar.
Frankly, the older interpretation might make more sense.