answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

My advice to ANYONE marrying someone who has been married twice - look hard at what caused the marriages to fail before. In almost all cases it was a two way street, and unless there has been a lot of change and/or counseling in the life of the potential spouse, there isn't any reason to think the outcome will be different this time. Please think this out. I don't think it's a good idea. The fact he has been married twice before means he is not willing to take a good hard look at himself and get help for his problem. It is so true that more women seek psychiatric help than men do. Most men feel they must, at all costs, be a man and figure their problems out themselves (you know ... the old stiff upper lip thing.) Marriage is tough enough, so I'd wait a bit before you consider marriage. If you truly love him, and he's not getting help for his problem just tell him like it is ... get help, then we will think about marriage. Unfortunately, many people seem to believe that they can "make it better". All this person needs is the right loving, caring individual to help them and all of the problems will go away. If the guy is bipolar there is good reason to be concerned.

My advice: Run.Marriage is a wonderful union when it's with the right person. I would advise you to be mindful of the redflags you raised just with your question alone. The first thing being that you already labeled him. Bipolar man. This is an illness that can bring with it times of sweet sweet highs, and deep dark lows. Being married to someone who is bipolar can be difficult simply because you can't fix the hurts this illness can cause. You can't be the one to make someone want treatment if they aren't willing to accept they are ill. Sometimes it's hurtful to be alongside someone who is ill and you are just going to have to ride out the highs and lows. There are medication changes, side effects, the symptoms can be unbearable for the one who is bipolar. So you can imagine how it can affect the one who is loving and living the illness without actually having been diagnosed with it. Being in love, married to, or live with someone who is bipolar is the closest you can come to actually having it, without having it. But to label him already, you might need to educate yourself about what you are willing to walk down the isle with. So that when things come up you have some idea how to deal with what is bipolar, and what is just everyday life. Sometimes the line is sooooo very thin, it's hard to tell. I would also look at the flags that are raised about why he has been married 2 times.

And when he talks about his ex wives what does he say? Does he accept any responsibility when it comes to saying why those marriages failed? If he doesn't I don't know if I would be so quick to walk down the isle with him.

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2016-04-05 17:29:27
This answer is:
User Avatar
Study guides

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What should a woman consider before marrying an older man with bipolar disorder who has been married twice?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

Should a person with bipolar disorder get married?

Yes if they are in Love just because they have BiPolar doesn't mean they can't do things like everyone else!!!...idiot Second Opinion (different user): Of Course! In it's more mild forms Bipolar disorder is hardly even noticeable. Especially with treatment. Even the more severe Bipolar 1 Disorder is not so bad with treatment. I'm going to assume that you are asking this question partly based on the idea that Bipolar Disorder is genetic. The Nazi's and some other countries euthanized Bipolar people (prevented them from having kids via surgical methods). If you are more accepting than a Nazi you should have no problem with Bipolar people getting married to whomever they wish. It turns out that Bipolar disorder is only partially genetic. It is largely based on the environment that people live/grow up in. For example: There are two 100% genetically identical twins. One of them is diagnosed with Bipolar disorder. Statistics show that, even though they are 100% genetically identical, there is only about a 50% chance of the other twin being Bipolar. It is not just about genetics.


Should a child tell their parent their fiance's bipolar disorder is wrecking her home and it breaks their heart to see what its doing to there family?

Without proper psychological help a person with bipolar disorder can cause heartache and it would be a good idea to tell the parents and wait to get married while their fiance gets help and take the relationship slow and easy.


What is the past continuous tense of 'She is not married'?

She was not marrying.


She is married in past countinue tense?

She was marrying.


How soon can you get divorced after marrying?

about 10 seconds after you get married


Is Bipasha Basu married?

no.. though rumers were there of marrying with john abrahm but they are not married.. john is only her boyfriend.


In Elizabethan times when can you get married?

you can get married when you were engaged to someone and the pope approved of you marrying someone.:)


Who is Victoria Justice marrying?

victoria justice is getting married to me


Is Miley marrying Liam?

no,but they are dating and could get married when they are older


Did Levi Strauss ever get married?

No. He thought marrying was "inappropriate and disorganized."


Is Jamie Lynn Spears marrying the man who impregnated her?

No, she is not getting married.


Who is adam Lambert getting married to?

He has no plans of marrying in the near future.

People also asked