Please can someone clarify this for me, my husband has been diagnosed as bipolar and he has changed alot, he says I exaggerate his illness and and he finds it difficult to trust me. All I have tried to do is get him to realise he is not well. At times I have got angry and frustrated with him because he used to be a very loving and caring man and now I feel unloved, ignored and very alone. I have now stopped getting angry as I know it doesnt help, but I have had this for six months, I have recently done some reaseach on bipolar to gain some understanding about it as I thought some of this behaviour could be part of it. My husband now says he feels persecuted by me and I dont understand why. He has withdrew from me. My husband says I am trying to control him and im not. He doesnt seem to ear the things I say clearly but seems to destort everything I say in a negative way. Can someone please tell me what all this is about and explain to me why this could be happening. I woukld really appreciate any advice given. Thanks YVONNE 21
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