My daughter is 23 and was diagnosed with bipolar a few yrs ago, but refuses any help with medication and dr.'s...she says she does not need the medication. She has been through some rough times, her father committed suicide when she was 10 months old - and to this day seeks an answer? Her father's family has a history of mental problems. She has been in and out of treatment/therapy programs since she was 14 yrs old,to say the least of all the other trials & tribulations she has brought into her world. Her two boys ages 2 and 3 yrs old have been assigned to their other step great grandmonther in Ohio and this is even more stress. She has never lived anywhere more than 2 months in the past 2 yrs. She is prone to pill popping anything found on the street but this does not help her situation. HElp.....desperate mother trying to rebuild a better relationship with her daughter!
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