Well I got bipolar disorder and maintain it. But my old man occasionally likes to stick it to me and remind me of what a crazy head I've had in the past. I just gotta say that if you have a stigma against mental illness then you're not going to be able to have a real relationship with your mentally challenged family member. Even when the meds work out for the family member and they are as stable and functional as any average person is, that stigma creates a very ugly element. Riding oneself of that stigma is vital for a healthy relationship.
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