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Remember, in grandiosity the perception is not just of being special. This means having more value than others and more importance than others. The grandiose bipolar liar is not just the center of their own delusional universe – they are ABOVE others.

This may mean also being above the usual norms of behavior. This is why it is so typical for bipolar liars to not only express no remorse but to act as if they are actually the injured party.

It is not likely that you will ever truly be able to understand what the other person in the relationship equation experiences either with, or coping with, a Mood Disorder.

We naturally look at the situation from our own perspective with preconceptions of what we think is correct.

I write it with the assumption that the Survivor will inevitably do incredible damage to their relationship; if it hasn’t happened yet, it will at some point.

Think about royalty, celebrities, presidents, third-world dictators.At times, the Survivor will behave almost like a different person to the point where you may not recognize their mentality.These are the times we do the most damage to our lives.Sometimes the bipolar liar is trying to communicate a profound emotional or psychic truth that cannot be expressed by sticking to the facts.When we tell another person a lie we are behaving in a way that is controlling and contemptuous of that person. And, as outlined above, there are many reasons bipolar and lying are so tightly linked.” Much as I hate to say it, my own experience leads me to say YES! They are afraid of the consequences of telling the truth. They feel compelled to cast themselves in a more favorable light. It is a “white lie” to make someone else feel better and has no malice in it. They are manipulative sociopaths or narcissists and enjoy the power that comes from deliberately deceiving and making fools out of other people. They are politicians or secret agents or parents or are in some other situation where it appears to them that the ends justify the means. The person with bipolar disorder may be experiencing a powerful sense of superiority and entitlement, and/or an unshakable conviction they are above the rules and/or an aching feeling of being misunderstood and under-appreciated – that is, the perfect storm!