My inlaws know I have bipolar now that I went to the hospital for some intense med help. I dont think they know anything about bipolar other than they want me to be well and I have this illness. Would you advice leaving it at that or educating them? How would you start that? I'm still trying to educate my immediate family. It seems they would rather just think I'm okay and thats that. Whats your thought?
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