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... one person actually quit. this guy is so unpredictable... ... (3 replies)
... Sometimes, a temporary separation can help, while you both work on yourselves. One spouse with bp is difficult enough, without two people struggling to manage their disorders and relate at the same time. ... (3 replies)
Bipolar 2
Jun 25, 2007
... Tsohl, Nut, Malissa and luckygem, thank you for your words of kindness. I am sorry you all are in a poor place like me. To me this is no way to live. I am not sure about the Patch. I hear a lot of bad things about it. I already have high blood pressure that is under control on pills. ... (16 replies)

... I feel for you as this disorder can really take a lot out of you. My wife is bipolar but refuses to accept it. You have and that is hard to do for many. The BP people on this board can help you with support and advice on the meds. ... (8 replies)
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... looking for advise. he we go. I believe my wife is bipolar. been togather for 11 years and she always had difficulty with stress and depression.but nothing too big. ... (68 replies)
... Here is part of my story, if you would rather skip to the question please see next paragraph. ... (1 replies)
Weight gain
Jul 10, 2010
... glad to hear some are losing wgt. wish I could say the same. ... (25 replies)
... Sorry to hear, I am Bipolar and my wife was in a depressive mood because she has periferal nueropathy. I too wondered who was really the sicker of the two. Lets face it without any support at times you feel the whole world is a gainst you. ... (3 replies)
... People don't understand the feeelings we feel not to mention the side effects from the pills.. I take my wife with me to therapy sessions which is kind of misnomer, since I can't drive. I wrapped to cars around trees, well you know. ... (44 replies)
... I really feel for you. I am new here, and felt compelled to respond. I think, as a wife of a bipolar sufferer, that it sometimes is very hard for the person who has bipolar to understand the effects that the disease has on the spouse. ... (7 replies)
... You may want to hold off on having your wife speak to the leader of the support group. She may need time to accept the fact that she's bipolar. ... (24 replies)
... Well I just got back from the local support group and come to find out that the women that I had been speaking to on the phone was a girl that I grew up with. I had not seen her in about 25 years. She was excellent and really focused the group on what was going on with me. ... (24 replies)
... like I said, I don't think my wife can function normally again. I will def contact the SS office to see if this can be done. ... (19 replies)
... Karrla, my symptoms are exactly the same. Since I was 15 Ive always been moody, depressed one minute then extatic the next, and probably easier to blame it on my age and my hormones. ... (8 replies)
... I am depressed most of the time and that is totally different than lazy. You have no desire to "do" what needs to be done, b ut feel guilty when you don't do anything about it. I live it daily. ... (7 replies)
... IMHO, I think the love is there. ... (32 replies)
... I am going to throw my two cents in here, as a sufferer of BP I. I don't often willingly tell people I am BP. ... (11 replies)
... the situation your found yourself in with your wife is identical to how myself and my OH are with this blinking BP. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks again everybody...yes it is yet another day. And thank God we are yet through another crisis. ... (685 replies)


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