He is so very bipolar, he has all the signs, but he refuses to go to the dr. I think it would make a world of difference. He has violent mood swings, by violent I mean verbally about himself and others(including me,well most of it me.) He will be totally happy one moment and enraged the next over the smallets things.He has been asked by friends and family to please at least go see someone. He really doesn't have any friends. At least not any that can stand him more than an hour or so. I think it's because he's burned so many bridges and he's delusional about other peoples motivation where he is concerned. Everybody is out to take advantage of him. He will be so mean and hurtful, saying just the perfect thing to hurt me, then later he will apologize and act like its no big deal and I should just move on and forget that he said or did what he did and I cannot do that-I don't think many of us can. How can I convince him to at least talk to someone that can help find out why he is like this??? Any and all suggestions are welcomed as I've tried everything and am about ready to go insane on this rollercoaster ride he has me on!!!!!
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