Do you have any good memories of your BP parent/s? Most of us know BP is partly genetic, partly enviornment. My father was/is a genius, has a mountain & a glacier in Antarctica named after him. He mapped the entire USA on foot, using trig. So we lived in every region, swamps, coastlines, mountains etc. My mother is "normal." Dad read bedtime stories, EA Poe! He always said we kids were brilliant, could do anything we wanted (Mom put the kibosh on those dreams, she was a realist to the point of being a downer sometimes). Dad could get so ebullient, we'd all be laughing & dancing & then out nowhere, FURIOUS & WHAM. He'd hit you hard. So altho' there was that bad aspect of growing up w/a (high achieving) BP parent, we had many adventures! I am sure that w/a "normal" parent, my childhood would've been boring.
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