Current Bipolar News



Here’s the bipolar news.

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about Mental Illness

DO> Interesting concept

The Bipolar Diet by Sarah Freeman

DO> What do you think of this?

Some Conditions Misdiagnosed as Bipolar Disorder

DO> This is a major problem in mental health

The Bipolar Journey:Living With Bipolar Depression

DO> Looks like a good in depth description of Life with Bipolar Depression.

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  1. Hi, I am just speaking out to whoever will listen. I married my wife back in December and she went off her meds in February. It has been an unpleasant rollercoaster since, and extremely stressful for myself. I have lost weight, and have started falling into depression myself from all of this. the stress consumes me every single day. The episodes are so bad, and last long, that she makes me feel that I’m of no importance, that she doesn’t love me, and says really, really hurtful things. Don’t get me wrong, there have been amazing highs too, but it cannot makeup for the lows. Her addictions are in full swing, she has no energy,lays around alot, no excitement about life like she used to, has absolutely no sex drive, where before it was amazing, and she will not go back to the doctor. The kids are really noticing how severe the mood swings have gotten too. They tell me that she needs to go back on her meds. I’m not sure what to do. This is the hardest thing I have ever had to deal with in my life, being a supporter, and I’m afraid I’m not a very good one. I’m not sure that I’m doing or saying the right things. But this is not the woman I married. I need help on how to get her back on her meds. I just want my wife back. Any suggestions?

  2. Dear Dave, just read the wensite on bipolar diet , ery interesting, it sdatndas tor eadon- if the foods we eat can cause alsorts of physical reactions then they( foods) can sure influence our brains.Im going to follow up on this, there could be some interesting tips for nboth biplar sufferers and their supporters.

  3. Hi CSN, you’ll have to speak with the Dr. right away. She HAS to stay on her medication. Mental health services can help you deal with the situation as well. They can give you suggestions how to get her back to the Dr. or back on her meds. They are very good. My husband is bipolar and I can sooo relate.

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