Reiss said the nature of the commitment can be a factor in deciding whether to leave.
Married couples take a vow to remain together “for better or worse, in sickness or in health…” where leaving the person “can be seen as abandonment and sabotage – and there is a reality to that perception.” “There are still times it is reasonable to leave, but do not deny responsibility for having broken your promise,” Dr. “You can try to explain it, your reasons may be valid, but take responsibility and validate the other person’s feelings.” If you’re not married, it is NOT abandonment or sabotage, no matter how the other person perceives it.
Their condition is serious, and it’s difficult to be with someone who doesn’t want to get better.
Maybe you're looking for your soulmate, or maybe you're just hoping for a quality fling, but either way, you should always look for someone who is, at the very least, a decent person with whom you're reasonably compatible.
Depression breeds self-doubt, which can color how you view your partner and how you think they view you.
According to Kolakowski, “Someone with lower-self-esteem and depression may have a bad time with their partner and think, She doesn’t really care about me.
You will see, from close up, the effects of mania and depression.
Considering to leave the person because the disorder has become too much is common. If you want a person to change, you must first realize how hard it is to change yourself.