I want to give my bf something to read about bipolar and anxiety but I kinda wanna just leave it laying around for him to find and maybe he will be more understanding about what I go through. He, like many others, doesn't beleive in all of this "mental mumbo-jumbo crap" I think that if he maybe had some well documented information about these things he wouldn't be so contrary when I mention anything about how I feel due to my illness. He is pretty understanding about my physical problems.(pretty understanding sometimes not) He can be the biggest self absorbed jerk other times. So how to get it through his head that this is a real illness and not just my "excuse for being a bitch" So, any ideas out there? I have racked my brain, it's tired,can I borrow you guys' for awhile? thanks sissygirl
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