I just found out my wife is bipolar. It answers so many questions and explains so much. She knew she was diagnosed with bipolar at least two years ago but did not tell me. I thought it was just depression. Well after her third suicide attempt after about a month long manic episode, I finally did some research on her meds. they are Neurontin, lamictal, abilify,concerta, and now seroquel. Nice cocktail huh. She is a recovering alcoholic (6 mos). but traded that addiction for a sex addiction. This may be too much for me to handle.
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