My boyfriend of 4 years exhibits all the symptoms of bipolar, but was also in a car accident and suffered a brain injury about 10 years ago....I want to help, he will not consider the fact the he could be bipolar...but after being with him for as long as I have, I've seen him go up and down to the extreme...he's in a manic state at the moment and it is getting him in trouble with the law and others....I suffer from anxiety and panic attacks and find that his actions have a direct impact on my condition....he lies constantly...I love him very much and want to help him realize it might not be just a brain injury we're dealing with...how can I get through to him.?.. what can i do....?...help, please....
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