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Get Him Back - June 26th 2011, 03:21 PM

A few months ago my boyfriend and I broke up. We were together for 4 years. We grew up together. During those 4 years I never knew I was Bipolar.. I would do crazy things, horrible things that I could not control.
I did not know what was going on. But now I understand. It was my actions that made him leave. It was my disorder that did this. He said he had just had enough. We weren't even split up yet when he started seeing another girl. I know he is not in love with her. He is still with her right now. But she's moving in September to Ottawa. I want to know how I can get him back?
I really truly miss him and I feel now that I'm seeing doctors I can be "normal" and make him and myself happy again. He is my best friend. And I really feel lost and miserable with out him..

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Re: Get Him Back - June 26th 2011, 03:43 PM

Hi. I am so sorry. If you want to talk you can always PM me. I will always respond. I don't know how much help I will be, but I can always be a open mind, honest, and a shoulder to cry on.

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Re: Get Him Back - June 27th 2011, 01:18 AM

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Re: Get Him Back - June 27th 2011, 01:37 AM

I think you should first hear from your psychiatrist about how your behaviour has improved (if it has). Once you know this, contact the ex-boyfriend and ask if he wants to hang out or just have quick chat. Let him know that he can leave at any point and you'll completely understand, as well as tell him you aren't planning to interfere with his current relationship. Don't pull out the card of he doesn't truly love her, as it may be true but it's a highly oppositional statement and puts you in the light of directly interfering. Since your behaviour was the cause for the break-up, tell him you've gotten better, you're medicated and there are noticable improvements. If he is willing, ask if he wants to go to some place together, such as a concert, movie, etc... . Have it somewhere public because if it is private, chances are the current girlfriend will view it as though he is cheating on her or you are stealing him back. Regardless if these are true, you have the burden of proving you've changed for the better and part of this involves making him feel comfortable interacting with you. When you go with him, re-assure him (and the current girlfriend if she asks) that it is NOT a date, it is two friends chatting to see how each other have been.

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