Can anyone out there help me understand how best to help someone that has bipolar disorder? My husband has been diagnosed but doesn't admit that he has bipolar. It has been very hard on our marriage and at this point he has basically left me and our three boys. I can still see the person that I married in his eyes but he can be so hurtful and really mean. I feel if he could get some help we may be able to work through this even though he has been having an affair for a year and a half. How do I get him to admit he has a problem and then how do I help him. Can I?
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