It seems every time my mom and I bring up the subject of what caused me to react a certain way, she blames it on it being hot. Example: it being hot, and the boys not cleaning up after themselves, I got very upset with them and slammed the remote control on top of the TV. I don't care for that TV anyway the boys being on it ALL the time as I do work it seems. It was so bad that I didn't even show respect to a church member who came by and gave me a hand shake in the middle of my anxiety attack, when he picked up one of the boys for camp. All this was in the middle of my anxiety attack. If I could take it all back, I would of shown him respect. I didn't know what I was doing. Anyone have advice to prove to my mom that it's bipolar making me react this way?
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