My baby brother is 12, and I think he has BP. I know this isn't that respectful of his privacy, but my mom found some of his writing on the computer, and she emailed them to me, and everything he wrote... sounds like me... how I thought... how I still feel. I couldn't beleive it. I always wondered... but now, I practically know it. The worse part, I think, it is the documents... he points out that he never talks to anyone about how he feels because he is always worried about me. He has always worshiped me, and after I moved out at 15, I lost touch with him. We still talk, but my having BP has always hurt him, he has seen me at my worse, and his main concern has always been my mental health. I have told him before he is too young to worry about me, but I know he does. It is just so hard to find out the fact that he never has talked about it is because all the focus seemed to always be on me. How do we explain to him that we want to take him to a doctor? I don't really know what my question is... I just needed to talk... thanks.
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