I'm having a daily battle with family over meds. Many people with bipolar often feel they don't need their meds. I KNOW I have to take them every day even on good days. My family is very negative concerning my diagnosis! They don't believe I'm bipolar despite the fact that my dr told them that she'd never had someone score so definitely bipolar on questionnaire. Just because I'd become adept at hiding my manic behavior for years doesn't mean it never happened. I'm comitted to my treatment program with or without their support. My life literally depends on it. Any suggestions?
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