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I've known several people with bi-polar disorder, and not one of them were abusive. CFS is not comparable to bipolar which is a mental health issue vs. Never heard this condition to trigger any abusive behaviors. As others have said cfs is not almost the same as being bi-polar. I am bi-polar and never in a million years will you hear me use that as "an excuse" for any unacceptable behavior.
If she is concerned about this, she should discuss her concerns with him. It is my responsibility to take care of myself, stay on med's, avoid sugar and caffeine, get regular exercise, and insulate people I care about from the worst of it.
Anyone that abuses another person needs serious help.
I can appreciate someone not having the same energy and alertness to deal with people after feeling like you want to sleep all the time.
There is absolutely NO excuse for being abusive towards another human being. The fact that he's trying to blame his abusive behaviour on his medical condition shows immaturity, an in ability to accept responsibility for his own actions, and poor insight into his own condition.
She should leave the relationship because of the abuse, not because of the b/f's condition.If any thing, someone with CFS is much less likely to be abusive due to the energy involved.A woman I work with has (relatively) mild CFS and she is one of the most inspiring, kind and warm-hearted people I know.Having an illness or medical condition doesn't make someone less worthy of their partners time.Nor does having an illness or medical condition provide someone with and excuse to be abusive, verbally, emotionally, mentally or otherwise.The only mood-related aspects may be irritability and depression from being unable to lead a normal life, but everyone will react based on their own personality, if at all.