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sooooo scared
February 4, 2005
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lostinthismess
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hi everyone,
I have a proablem I would like to share with all of you and hopefully someone will be able to offer advice that I can use. As I have mentioned before my hubby has been doing some pretty horriable things lately including telling me he doesn't love mae and wishes he never had our kids. I have been doing a bit of research and discovered that he may be bipolar. Many of the things he has said fit the symptoms of someone with rapid cycle bipolar disorder. The proablem is that he 100% refuses to seek any counseling. I truely believe many of our troubles would cease if he were treated for this proablem. He frequently talks about dying and uses the sentance "when I;m gone". If you have any suggestions about how I can get him help Please offer them. I am desperate and scared!!!

February 4, 2005
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I think #1 is to get help for you. Then you can get answeres on how to get help for him. Has he said any of this stuff in front of your kids? They may need someone to talk to, too.

That bipolar can be awful. A friend of mine recently insisted her husband go in to be diagnosed. He was and is and is now on medication. It does help, but does not fix everything. Now that he is on the meds, she realizes he also suffers from seasonal disorder, where he gets depressed and sluggish during winter.

There is also the Crisis Line if he talks about suicide....

prayers going out for you & your family!

February 4, 2005
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Insist that your husband get help or tell him you will leave him and the marriage. You don't have much of a marriage this way. He has nothing to offer you. See how things are after he's treated but don't stay if he won't go for help.

February 4, 2005
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my kids are too little to know and he doesn't say anything to anyone else. Ending the relationship doesn't seem like it will work wither because he has told me that if i left him he would truely have nothing and there would be no point in living. Thank you for your prayers I need them

February 4, 2005
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hi my name is karen my sort of ex has manic depression/bi polar he has terrible moods /and is very abusive tells me horible things to i very confused too as the unpredictableness just makes me so low never knowing what to do like you feel,ive realised though its very hard to make a man see he has a problem or that he needs some help,ive also realised that sometimes i should think more about me and how im feeling as i always seem to be trying to help somebody else and that seems to get me no where hope this helps please ask me more if you need to x

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