My husband was recently diagnosed with bipolar. Over the past few months he has been taking money and disappearing for days at a time. His family knows that he has been doing these things yet they refuse to believe he is sick. They don't believe in meds or therapy. My husband has them convinced that I am the one that's "crazy" telling them things like I'm going to call the cops to get him thrown in jail and that he's a woman beater. Now he's accused me of planting porn on the computer. He is currently living with them (I think) and he's saying he wants a divorce. I can not accept that because I know that he still loves me when he's not extremely manic. I am willing to do whatever it takes to help him but I think that I need to get through to his family first. Meanwhile I'm going out of my mind even though I know it's not "him" saying all of these horrible and untrue things. Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated.
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