I have a friend who shows signs of bp illness - rapid cycling between depression and mania, delusions and halucinations during the manic state, anxiety and paranoia. She denies that it's an illness causing these feelings and really believes her delusions are reality. How can we discuss this with her so she can accept this and get treated? Will she realize that her delusions never happened, except in her mind? She went to her regular dr a couple weeks ago and he put her on anti-anxiety meds. I swear that made things worse. I have an appt to see him and explain everything I've seen, but not until later this week...
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