I have been dealing with my daughter's sometimes overwhelming issues since birth. Now at thirteen they can say she is most probably bi-polar. Here is the thing. No one wants to touch her because they all say she is so complicated a case. Yeah, you read right. I am beside myself and so is she. We are seeing a new psychiatrist tomorrow who has taken over a practice. He doesn't really do teens but since there were teens already in the practice he has taken them on. He is friends with my therapist and has agreed to meet with my daughter. What if he says she is too complicated to take on? What does that mean anyway? She is gifted,smart,funny,willing for help,depressed,anxiety ridden and feels abandoned.....duh. Idiots. Any advice parents? Help.
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