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This definitely decreases there opportunities of dating.A man named Mike Hedrick wrote an article over on Psych Central’s blog where he describes his experience with dating and schizophrenia.There will be vast changes in their behavior and the way that they take care of themselves.This generally means things such as not completing everyday tasks; dressing and bathing.It takes work and it takes time to develop those things.”.
Usually this can be the deal breaker in a relationship.
(And "because I love him" is not really answering the question...) I know that may sound abrupt, but as I read through your post you described a very unhealthy relationship pattern that is not likely to change. Or, you love the idea of a relationship, no matter how unhealthy, which feels better, on some level, than being alone...) My response is based on only the information you have provided, but again, what you have described are very unhealthy (or at best, very immature) patterns which are often due to characterological traits or a full blown personality disorder* (borderline comes to mind first).
I actually disagree with the implication that this behavior is "bipolar" in nature (my guess is the woman's husband who is bipolar has been misdiagnosed and / or also has a personality disorder that better explains his behavior - and I think the person you described also sounds like he has a personality disorder - possibly in additon to his schizoaffective disorder). His schizoaffective disorder may be playing a role as well (for example, his need for "alone time", but I don't believe that is the primary issue here.
Image Source: Often times people that are diagnosed with schizophrenia are not in relationships.
This is most likely because they pull away from people.
Having schizophrenia is not easy, it rocks your entire world.