While studies show that people having bipolar disorder are in many ways less empathetic than other people who are not suffering from bipolar disorder, further research is required to support this. Symptoms of bipolar disorder can definitely be managed and reduced with treatment. Therefore, it is equally possible that with treatment, this lack of empathy can also be reversed.
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