If I love them, yes. But I already had one friend with bipolar kill herself at what was basically a whim. So I absolutely would prefer it if my partner does not have this and I certainly would not want to walk around and brag that I my partner is likely to extreme mood swings and depression. Including self harm.
Honestly no, unless they wanted to help themselves and sought it out, my friend his wife suffers from having the bipolar disease the events that happen in his household are terrifying, she goes from being manic to be severely depressed in 2 seconds, constantly crying and sometimes he will wake up from her not being able to sleep and waking him up at all hours of the night. It's come to a point where he can no longer handle her, I think a huge part of it though is she doesn't want to seek professional help or go on medication.
Depends on the severity of it. A family friend of mine has bi polar, married some few years ago, they were christian and all as well. But he was too much of a pain in the ass. One day he just tore down the wall of their house without the landlords permission because he just felt like it. His wife kicked him out and he was out on the streets, some man gave him a crazy amount of £50 but he was feeling all high and said he doesn't need it cause god will help him through this. Anyway, he was just a mess, my dad can't doesn't even bother helping him anymore because he's just too difficult to deal with.
I couldn't answer this question with a simple yes or no. My own mum is bipolar, and she only found out last year. Due to this, ny childhood was hell... If they took their medication and had the proper help, then love is love. We shouldn't be bound by some faulty wiring in our brains! Of course if I was in love with someone who needed help, I'd make it my mission to help them... Even though it seems like my answer is yes, I still don't want to give this an infinitive answer