Just curious. I have a 6yr old daughter. I have never mentioned to her that I am bipolar or explained what it is or spoke anything about it to her. She knows I take alot of medication because she sees me takeing it. Now that she is getting older I am starting to wonder if I should say something. Not use the word Bipolar but describe it in words she would understand. Yesterday I was haveing a bad day and I yelled at her. I felt so horrible that within minutes I started crying. She came over and started hugging me and asked me what was wrong and I said I was sorry for yelling and that she didn't deserve it. Anyone have kids? When did you tell them?
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