because I'm bi-polar. I have an 11yr old and a 3yr old. My son (11yr old) is starting to understand that something just isn't quite right and doesn't understand how I can go from mood to mood so quickly. I cry at the drop of a hat lately. He feels as though it's his fault. My daughter just follows what my son does so she also feels guilty in her own way, because that's what her big brother does. How do I begin to explain to my son that this isn't his fault?
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