I had my sister in law committed. As I was telling the cops and the doctors the changes I had witnessed I realised she was bipolar with a mixed episode. She forced my hand when she was talking about shooting her self and my brother. So my question to you is this If you were my sister in law would you forgive me. And now that it is done I still need to be around because she has 4 kids. I know when she gets out in a couple days she may leave with the kids I am also looking for helpful suggestions.
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