Is it possible after all these yrs of living with his bp, that it is turning me bp too?? Recently a question I have asked myself, even though I believe there was already some depression in my family and some in me that has felt like it comes and goes(but not regularly), and not bp by any means. So recently coming to a resolution that things had hit rock bottom and we would part after many yrs(bringing on that mess and stress of dividing up a 23 yr marriage), a new therapist for me has given me some hope of how "I" can turn this around. I desperately want to save my marriage but know it can't go on like "this" any longer. So....now I'm experiencing deep lows and now extreme highs from this new revelation! Did living with his bp, make me bp now? Or did I already have a propensity for it? Will I need meds? Can the therapist be enough?
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