my mother was diagnosed with bipolar last year...subsequently my eldest brother, then me...and then my second oldest brother...and now i'm pretty sure one of my younger brothers has it...so much so that it is effecting our relationship in a very negative way to have all of us with bipolar....and i can tell it's causing problems in their marriage...but i don't want to butt into his personal life...should i just stand by and hope he gets some help? i'm afraid that any suggestion that he should just get evaluated (merely for objective reasons since it runs in the family..the kind of precautionary measures you would take if cancer ran in the family)...i am afraid he will take it personal and further damage and strain our already strained relationship.
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