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... one person actually quit. this guy is so unpredictable... ... (3 replies)
... Don't feel alone. I have gone through the same thing for five years. My wife was diagnosed in 2001. She has the same type of compulsive behaviors as your wife, the religious type. ... (8 replies)
... u don't already love her get out NOW!!! If it's to late for that you need to find out every thing you can about this illness.Lots of info and groups on the net. My wife is bipolar and it makes life very dificult. ... (32 replies)

... Here is part of my story, if you would rather skip to the question please see next paragraph. ... (1 replies)
Bipolar w/kids??
Jan 15, 2010
... It's basically been okay. If I'm in a high or low mood, I'll tend to withdraw from the children somewhat, mainly so that I don't act strangely around them. My wife is very helpful in those situations. ... (17 replies)
... people are manic, it isn't uncommon for them to say things they don't mean. I know this happens to me when I'm having an episode. I insult people, laugh when it is inappropriate to do so and act impulsively. It's an unfortunate symptom of mania. ... (24 replies)
... She has been in the hospital for 7 weeks and been having a lot of problems with the meds. She is refusing them, taking them, not eating which has caused her to become toxic. She is very angry with me. She is taking her clothes off. Spitting at me. ... (24 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 have been diganosed as Bipolar and ADHD, I am 60 years old, Dr. thinks I have been all my life, my parents were as well as my sister, and then my 3 kids also. ... (6 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)
... Sorry you are having problems on top of having to deal with bipolar disorder. Do you know about a group called NAMI? ... (3 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)
... 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)
... You have just opened my eyes in a way they've never been opened before! ... (8 replies)
... fire . What you need to do is to focus on completing your masters and looking after the kids. Don't worry about what your wife is saying , when we are not well we always seem to hurt the people close to us.We run around like a chicken with no head until we burn out. ... (8 replies)
... I think that you have done everything and beyond as a husband to support your wife through all of this. Everything you share in regard to your concerns regarding her welfare is right on. ... (8 replies)
... I am about at my wits end. Two years ago, when our second child was about 6 months old, my wife had her first manic episode. ... (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)
... My wife is on ss dis. It was best for her and others too. ... (2 replies)

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