My 12 year old daughter is showing obvious sign of bipolar. She needs counceling and treetment. She lives with her father and stepmom. They want her to believe that there is nothing wrong with her, which is frustrating for her because she will think that something is wrong with her, only her. She has no support, she will feel all alone, she has talked about wanting to die. Her school was sending her to a school counseler, her father and stepmom disagreed that she needed help and cut that off for her. They won't take her to a doctor or have her put on meds because they don't "believe" in it. I can't talk to her about bipolar because she will go back to them and they will threaten to not let me see her because I will be "filling her head with nonsense that will hurt her". I want her to see that she is not alone and that there is help. What can I do? I feel so helpless. I don't want it to be too late when her dad realizes that she needed help. She is my only child, I don't want to lose her.
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