My 16 year old son has BP I. Through therapy we've seen he has low self esteem and we are working on building that, mostly by encouraging him with positive comments when appropriate and acknowledging his accomplishments and progress. I'm wondering though how to balance the positive comments and encouragement against maybe also feeding grandiosity. He isn't normally grandiose, unless his mood is swinging high. Anyone have advice about this? Many thanks in advance ~
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