It has been brought to my attention like a freight train crashing into me that my wife may have BPII. I have done a lot of research and found that she has almost all of the symptoms and has had them for at least the last 17 years of our marriage.I have just been avoiding the symptoms, I would put her in the rapid cycle area because the mood swings change several times a day. My problem is that I am not sure how to address this with her without a major fallout. She recently had a major eppisode that resulted in her threatening a divorce. Details , details for later. My question is - How to you get her to seek help from a doctor for meduication / treatment when she is in major denial ?
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