Have you met a person who does not feel remorse? Is it good or even possible to be in a relationship with such a person? Clearly, when remorse arises from a healthy conscience which is guiding a person on the basis of reason, it is beneficial for everyone concerned. Remorse in bipolar disorder though, is not always on the basis of reason. In fact, it may hardly have a basis in reality. No amount of reasoning might seem to give lasting relief. As a result, someone may be inclined to conclude that it is better to not feel any remorse, in order to avoid the endless pain. Such a path of denial can only help so long. Consequences of remorselessness - seeming or actual - can then be seen reflected in a person's life, his words, his actions, and his relationships.