My daughter is BP and going through some pretty bad times. She's 33 yo and mom to 3 kids. She doesn't think she needs meds - but . . . . she DOES. She cuts herself when she's down. I worry that it's much worse than I even know. She's with a man that she thinks is the love her life and believes he's the one that keeps her stable. I can very clearly see that he makes her worse. I wish he would just disappear out of her life. It's so completely frustrating and gut wrenching to see her go through this! Anyone besides me dealing with this type of thing???
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