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I Think My Wife Is Bipolar
  
Get her checked out... if she is bipolar the beer just might be a way to self medicate. If she is a witness then no AA or drug group will help her since they have roots in false religion. Not to mention they look down on people with mental illness that use drugs or drink for the most part they think your not really sick...


I Think My Wife Is Bipolar
  
i not saying these groups don't work... so don't go and press the reply key just yet to lambaste me about what I said... the fact is bipolar and other mental illnesses are NOT the same as alcoholism. Drinking and using drugs is a by product of the illness... of witch many people with mental illness do get hooked... the the coin phase "dual diagnosis".


I Think My Wife Is Bipolar
  
The first step is going to have to be by her.... and here is where some of the AA thinking can help... she need to first believe she has a problem befor she can get help... NOW, this does not mean if she is a danger to you or of self that you should wait till she agrees... if she is a threat like that she needs to be hospitalized...


I Think My Wife Is Bipolar
  
either way what ever mood disorder it is... and there are a lot of them .... they all come down to one thing... CHEMICAL imbalances in the brain... this means that with proper meds she will be the warm that you loved once again.... also try to remember that... the person we are when we are sick is not the real us... we still love we just have a hard time telling it.



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