How do you keep from getting hurt by your person's bp symptoms? Even tho I know the shutting me out and the irritation and the girls and all that are symptoms of my husband's bp, it kills me when it happens and I just can't seem to know it's not him but his bp. When his episodes are over he feels terrible and he's finally medicated but now I'm codependent. He's in the Army and going to Iraq in May and I'm scared of a repeat of last summer when he was away for training--he got sick and shut me out and got involved with this weirdo. I read another post where a lady's husband wants a divorce cuz of his bp and that's happened to me too! I'm having a hard time getting my own life as I used to have and I can't see how not to be hurt. I'm just totally freaking out which isn't helping my husband. He's getting help but each hurt seems to pile on me and I don't know how to handle it. I start therapy Mon. but I really don't know how to handle the hurt. How can I know it's just his bp and go on anyway? How can I keep from being so hurt? It's just crippling me.
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