Our expert says:
Most of the dramatic aspects of her sad life sound highly likely to be related to a severe personality disorder, rather than Bipolar Disorder, as none of these behaviours are more common among Bipolar people than others. It shows, too, that while she may have seemed to have everything, all that money brought her was of little value ; while what you worked for, was worth more. She didn't NEED the high's, she wanted the highs, and chose to trun risks to get them. I have seen people in similar situations who DID turn it round and then led happy and sucessful lives, but that's uncommon, and needs a trusting relationship with a special therapist.
The only point on which I consistently disagree with you here, is that her sad story is NOT about "what these people ( Bipolars ) go through" --- it is what a severely personality disordered person can go through --- and though she seems to have expressed regret for her own sadness, she doesn't seem ( at least not in what you quote ) to express regrets for the pain she caused to others
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