If you are dating someone that is bipolar and thinking about marrying him/her, I have another report on that topic which you can get today on sale.
If you are considering marrying someone with bipolar, I ask you point blank . . .
"Will You Make These Disastrous Mistakes When You Marry Someone With Bipolar?"
WARNING-Don't make the mistakes my dad made when he got married to my mom many years ago, and that thousands of other people have already made
Marriage takes a lot of hard work and commitment, even under the best circumstances. When you throw bipolar disorder into the mix, things become even more complicated. After all, you are joining with someone emotionally, spiritually, and financially, so it's not a decision you can afford to take lightly.
I'm not suggesting that you shouldn't marry someone who has bipolar disorder, but I'm going to tell you that before you make that decision you need some important information which can help you decide if you're ready to make this leap.
Divorces Are Expensive and Emotionally Draining
One thing I want to tell you before we go any further is don't get married with the thought that if things go badly you can always get a divorce. Not only is that an attitude that will guarantee failure for your marriage, but divorce is not something to be done lightly either.
One study found that divorce costs the United States of American $33 billion. If you decided to get a divorce, it will cost you between $5,000 and $75,000 and that's just for an average couple. Plus, if there are children involved, a divorce doesn't really sever the ties between you and your spouse. That other person will be a part of your life forever!
That's why I think it's important for you to know what you're getting into in advance, so I decided to do some research.
I Went Out And Interviewed A Ton Of People
To find out what you need to know, I interviewed:
In addition to all of these individuals, I also interviewed my dad and analyzed his 39-year marriage to my mom so that I could find out what went right and what went wrong with them.
I Learned A Ton And Started Sharing
After I first started compiling all of this information, I began sharing it at seminars. People were amazed. Some of the people I've talked to have even told me that this information is going to help their marriage last longer. Other people were shocked and decided not to get married at all because it would be a bad idea in their situations.
Since I realize that you may never get the chance to go to one of these seminars, I decided to put together a Special Report full of the information that you need to know before you decide to say "I do" to someone who has bipolar disorder.
In this incredible Special Report, you'll discover:
Plus much, MUCH more!
You WON'T Find This Information Anywhere
You will not find this information in any other book, course, manual, etc. You can't find it at your local library either. How do I know? Because I tried and found out the hard way that marriage is not something any bipolar materials seem to cover in detail.
Marriage is serious step, and you should never enter into it lightly. Before you join your life with someone who has bipolar disorder, you need to know as much as possible so you can decide for yourself whether to go through with it or to have second thoughts. Remember knowledge is power.
Marriage is a serious thing obviously. I have noticed that people who marry people with bipolar get divorced much faster. But I have also noticed there are a small number of people who stay together for a long time. Why? They have the appropriate information and now you can too without risking any of your money.
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