My girlfriend from Maryland called me at 8 am this morning in tears. She's bipolar 1 and is having one heck of a relapse. She wants to go into the hospital but her boyfriend won't let her because he doesn't want the responsibility of paying the bills and taking care of the checkbook while she is gone. She's very scared. She doesn't want to hurt herself but she remembers how she was before 6 years ago before she got stable on her meds. I'm just worried about her. All I can do is be there for her and she did promise to take her evening meds. She didn't take her morning meds because they keep her from crying and she wanted to cry. I told her crying is very healing as long as she doesn't quit her meds and she promised she wouldn't quit them. I think I will give her a call later to make sure she is okay and to let her know that I care.
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