My husband has been having mood swings for many years now, he would never acknowledge it. I have thought for several years that he was bipolar but didn't want to say anything to him because I was scared he would get mad at me and blow up. He has recently noticed that he is tired of feeling the way he does and went to a psychologist this week. The psychologist has diagnosed him with bipolar disorder and he is seeing a psychiatrist in two weeks. I want to support him as much as I can. How do I do that? How do I keep the waters calm at home? I know NOTHING about bipolar and honestly am a little nervous about the whole thing.
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