I agree with a couple of responses. I know we have other issues to resolve as well, and I don't blame everything on the BP. Its just that when less than a month ago I was the love of her life according to her and now she wants to end the marriage, I can't help but think it has something to with her illness. She has changed her meds recently. She also said yesterday that she didn't think she had bipolar and that her doctor told her that if she got out of the marriage she wouldn't have to take medication. My daughter suspects that she has stopped taking her meds but I don't know that for sure. I don't know whether to keep calling and trying to see her or let her go completely and hope she returns. I don't want to push her away but when we don't see each other often or talk often we lose connection.
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