My husband was recently dx with borderline bipolar disease. He has been very mean and verbally abusive throughout our 16 years of marriage. He was put on depression medicine in 2002 and I thought he seemed better but then in the last year he has seemed worse then ever. I felt like he was always trying to argue and fight with me over stupid things. I also found out he was smoking pot and lieing to me all the time. He also started treating our 15 year old daughter terribly. We still are just "living together" but thats all there is to our marriage. I did talk him in to mentioning his anger problems to his dr. and she says she thinks he is borderline bipolar. My husband will not open up to me about his feelings. Can anyone shed some light on what this disease is and how it makes you feel. I don't think our marriage will last much longer because I can't get over the way he has treated me but for my kids sake I want to learn more on the disease and how it makes people feel and act. Thank you for any help.
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