My boyfriend has been experiencing manic episodes for the past year. He was briefly hospitalized and was diagnosed with Bipolor Disorder. He also has severe anxiety disorder and can be at time paranoid. He does not think there is any hel for him. He sees his Dr. regularly and is on medication, however he does not take it like he is supose to. I have started actually giving it to him, however I am not seeing a change. I need help understanding this disorder and how I can support him. Anyone that can help me would be greatly appreciated. I feel like I am losing my relationship and my mind.
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