I am in the middle of a divorce/custody battle case. My STBX has used the bipolar card to have me removed from my house, have limited supervised visitation with my 8 and 2 year old, and has had me evaluated by a court appointed custody physchiatrist who recommends he have full custody. I was manic when I asked him for the divorce and somehow my doctor did not recognize the severity of my mania. I broke down and admitted myself and finally was put on the best coctail yet. I have signs of depression, but I think that is normal with everything I am going through. The depression seems to be getting worse, but I am putting up a good front to avoid anyone denying my hours that I get to be with my sons. The custody evaluator is doing an update report to increase my visitations, and hopefully reduce supervision. It is due to come out in 30-60 days. My question is should I talk to my psychitrist about my mood changes and chance my STBX using that against me to deny me time with my sons? He is a SOB and would in a heartbeat.
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