yes , i can understand where your comming from i have flat affect alot of the time but with the Schizoaffective disorder which i suffer from i have a mood disorder aswell (Bipolar type) , my partner she has PTSD , Bipolar and Bordeline Personality Disorder ,which make's her emotions and moods alway's all over the place and she get's upset and thinks i don't care about her when i'm in a flat affect state .But in saying that we're both in a mental health rehab group doing activie's and stuff and our psychiatrist's are trying to get us both stable again so that's a positive :)
I hear you with a relationship with both people having mental health problems is hard. My marriage failed and we both have mental health problems. These days though, who doesn't have a mental health problem? I'm personally glad I'm out of the relationship, it was abusive toward me anyway.
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