In our book, and in almost every newsletter we write, we talk constantly about the burdens that parents of children with bipolar disorder must shoulder and overcome, all the while attempting to make decisions with the clinicians who work in an area of medicine that is still in its infancy.
But we've never composed a stand-alone list that lets others look at what the parents must grapple with and withstand–in all its stark and disturbing reality.
This list, sadly, cannot even be described as “exhaustive or complete,” but as Mother's Day approaches, and Father's Day is just a calendar turn away, the parents coping with a child (or children) with bipolar disorder deserve special recognition and honor for their enormous valor as they:
via In Honor of Mothers and Fathers of Bipolar Children.
Fantastic list about the realities of living with a bipolar child.
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