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Is my son bipolar?
Sep 18, 2006
... Emerald, I'm sorry I gave you the wrong impression. I am not a mental health care professional. I majored in psychology in college but the bulk of my career was in social work. I've done very little in the area of mental health other than some volunteer counseling and teaching. ... (8 replies)
Is my son bipolar?
Sep 16, 2006
... I wish I could do more for you right now. I don't know if your son is Bipolar. BUT, I think maybe it will help if you think back at his childhood, especially his teeange years. ... (8 replies)
... Hello, I'm new to this site, not new to dealing with bipolar family members. ... (1 replies)

... After school I closed up and basically became a hermit in my family home for twenty years. During that time I had always wondered why I felt so unmotivated and depressed. ... (1 replies)
... When I was Dx today with Bipolar II. I wasn't surprised, but in other ways I don't want to believe it. I have always been a moody person since my teen years. ... (1 replies)
... hort periods of normalcy between, much as you have described in your post. There is a sticky towards the top of this board that has a list of symptoms AND there is also a Borderline Personality Disorder board that may give you more of an idea of what the differences are. ... (7 replies)
End of my rope
Oct 9, 2007
... isability board stating they wanted to review and possibly make a decision without a hearing. The forms they send I do not feel will represent the true depth of my problem so I am sending the following letter with the forms.. I would love your feedback... ... (6 replies)
... Hi! I saw your first post and i just wanted to let you know you are not alone. I too am a teen taking advanced classes and sometimes have to ask for an extra day. Sometimes i feel like nobody is believing me. ... (383 replies)
... Wow... thanks, Paige, once again for your openness and support. Your sharing with me really helps me to understand a little bit more of what Erin is going through, in fact there are so many similarities. ... (383 replies)
... First of all, Lsouder, I commend you for wanting to help your SD through all of this. She is really lucky to have somebody who wants to support her in the way that you seem to want to. ... (4 replies)
... My 14yr old stepdaughter has been living on and off with me and my husband for the past year. So far I know that she has bipolar an ADHD. When she has an episode, I feel like I should stay out of it because she is not my child, and I don't want to cross that boundary. ... (3 replies)
... My 14yr old stepdaughter has been living on and off with me and my husband for the past year. So far I know that she has bipolar an ADHD. When she has an episode, I really don't know how I should handle it. ... (4 replies)
... years and this is my first and I'm in my 50's. Our daughter, 14 yrs. old, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder less than a year ago. Since then, we all have endured her three hospitalizations and the roller coaster ride goes along with it. ... (4 replies)
... I totally can relate with how you describe your school district and how their thinking is in terms of producing Ivy League students.....for that is how our old school district worked. ... (685 replies)
Bipolar forever
Nov 29, 2006
... I was just diagnosed with bipolar II and at first it freaked me out. I had been diagnosed with depression about 2 years ago but none of the medicines ever seemed to work. ... (4 replies)
... sound just like I did when first seeking help for my daughter, who by the way is 15 and was must recently diagnosed as Bipolar. ... (9 replies)
My Destroyed Dream
Oct 17, 2006
... I could tell you all kinds of stories about raising 3 different teens, but the bottom line is each child is different and different factors can cause such havoc. ... (15 replies)
... to get your son the help that he needs. DO NOT GIVE UP!! Alot of our kids end up in jail and boot camps where things could go from bad to even worse. Your son is not stabilized or on the right meds.....once he is you will be able to see, as he will, that he needs the meds to feel better. ... (4 replies)
... Hi. My son is 22, and he sounds like yours in a lot of ways. He was also always "the way he is", and we've always known there was something different about him. ... (4 replies)
... with bipolar. I have always known something was wrong with my son even when he was a 9 month old baby. He was always fast. ... (4 replies)

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