Mood swings after stroke
My partner had a stroke 3 months ago at 42. He has recovered physically 99.9% but lately I've noticed extreme mood swings where he can just blow up for relatively issues of little consequence. Has anyone else experienced this? How did you cope? How did you treat it?
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