<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) -sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" As soon as we arrived at the nearby theme park, he fell asleep at the park bench for three hours while we were annoyed by everything we spoke or acted on. While enjoying his vacation, he had us gone for a long time. I struggled to concentrate during the conversation. With his family or working customers. "data-reactid =" 23 "> Then his father, who drove me and my friends into a nearby theme park, was annoyed by everything we talked or acted on. He used to stay away from pleasure until he disappeared from us for a long time. More generally, he had difficulty concentrating while talking with his family or work clients.
Despite my father's happy mood, the moment I spent my childhood, there was a pain in the day, the moon, and even years. He had a lot of unbearable time. I have often chosen not to invite friends. I was worried that I would have an episode while I was there. As a young girl, it was really hard for teenage teenagers to witness the change of father's mood. When he was overjoyed he was contagious, but when his mood changed, he felt like he would have taken it personally.
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<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) -sm Mt (0.8em) -sm" type = "text" content = "Today I have a good feeling and a bad mood It is more accurately described as bipolar disorder. (When he is happy and alive) and depressed (when he can not wake up or withdraw from the vicinity). The revelation came when I was 18, and my father finally Try marriage counseling. With my mom. She pleaded with him for years to get the help she needed and always tried to protect me and my brothers. After several sessions discussing the issue as a couple, the therapist suggested that the father start to look at him at least once a week. Then we were finally diagnosed: Bipolar disorder"data-reactid =" 38 "> I understand that good mood and bad mood are more accurately portrayed as manic (when happy and energetic) and depressed (when he wakes up or withdraws from the surroundings). The revelation was at the age of 18. My father finally agreed to have a marriage counseling with her mother, who has been working for years and years to seek the help she needed and always to protect me and my brothers. At least once in his life, and finally bipolar disorder II.
<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) -sm Mt (0.8em) -sm" type = "text" content = "Nevertheless my father was rejected. I was often angry about being categorized in this way. He stopped treatment despite being helpful. I have never been completely cured."data-reactid =" 39 "> Even then, my father was denying that he refused medication and was often angry at being categorized in this way. I did not.
The grown woman. . . Now with my own child, I regret the father. . . But it took a long time to get to this place of tolerance, forgiveness and empathy.
I feel sorry for the downsides of the diagnosis. I am in college 1 (1) (2) (1) (1) When I was in school – on the 19th birthday – my parents got divorced, the change was a lot more shocking than I expected, I'm in a new stage of life, With my baggage, I was still with me from my childhood, which was revealed by anxiety and low self-esteem. Try treating yourself for yourself.. Through treatment, I was able to speak for the first time in public, such as growing up with people who have not been treated for psychosis. Almost a year after my regular semester, I was able to better understand my childhood and understand why I became so anxious and anxious as an adult. My therapist I gave me the tools I needed.She still has a big reason to stay healthy with her father today. "data-reactid =" 42 "> The diagnosis relieved my grief sooner when I entered my first year of college – around the 19th birthday – my parents were divorced, I have had a lot of difficulties, I have entered a new stage of life, now I have to deal with my parents' farewell and emotional burden, when I was a child I was exposed to anxiety and low self-esteem. I was able to talk publicly about what I was able to grow up with for the first time with a person with a mental illness.The reason I felt almost uneasy and insecure like a minor was that my therapist gave me the tools I needed.He was still trying It's a big reason. I want to have a healthy relationship with my dad today.
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As an adult in my mid-20s and now an adult with my own child, I regret my father suffering from this bipolar disorder and gloomy episode. But it took a long time for tolerance, forgiveness, and forgiveness. empathy. My dad has not decided to go around, but he is still doing his best.
My father has bipolar disorder II and admit to refuse. It is hard to cure, but I am not sure that parents who deny this part of the reality (ie, I do not want to be a type. Open my daughter and be honest. I am sure she will always be there for her, no matter what she feels as she grows up. I will be the first person to encourage treatment if she feels like she needs it for herself. And by sharing the story, I hope others will find that caring for their children can be emotionally beneficial to their children. People with mental illness can become loving parents. A little help is needed along the way. "data-reactid =" 57 "> My father acknowledges that he has two bipolar disorders and refuses treatment, but I do not want to be a type of parent who refuses to do this, part of their reality. I plan to make a plan.I am sure that whatever she feels she will always be for her.I think she needs it.So by sharing my story, other parents are emotionally helping their children to care for themselves People who suffer from mental illness can also be a loving parent. We need some help along the way.