Is Leaving Your Bipolar Husband A Good Idea?

Is Leaving Your Bipolar Husband A Good Idea?

The mental illness your spouse suffers with is something that is happening to your entire family.
All are affected and it is nobody’s fault. It is not your fault, your spouse’s or your children’s fault! It is an unfortunate illness. You cannot fix your spouse. There is nothing you can do to make him or her well, so don’t feel compelled to try. The solution is make it very, very clear that you are willing to move forward together, if they are willing to comply with their treatment plan. Then, take those past hurts, but them on a boat in your mind, and let them set sail.

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