One good way is to ensure he (or she) is taking his meds. If he really is bi-polar (formerly known as manic-depressive), he should be under a doctor's care and taking the meds needed to control his illness. If he is already on medication, you must do everything in your power to encourage him to stay on them, even when he's "feeling great and doesn't need them." To do so is not nagging. You're saving your relationship -- and maybe HIS LIFE!
No it is not that dangerous.
No one dies from having bipolar. Their life expectancy is no different to someone who does not have it.
Obviously depending on the seriousness of there BiPolar Case. But anyone with BiPolar can live just as long as someone who doesn't have it. some people take medicine for it or go to counselling. But BiPolar itself can;t kill you. the only way someone with BiPolar couldn't live as long as someone else. is if they killed themselves. there just like everyone else. just with bigger mood swings. and on the plus side many actors, artists have BiPolar because people with the illness are usually extremley creative and have a better understanding of the meaning of life. i know it sounds crzy but it's true. many BiPolar sufferers usually undersatnd the side of life other people don't. that's another reason they make great actors because of there understanding and imagination. A director once said. you don't need to be gay or Jewish be in this buisness you just need to be BiPolar.....
As of November, 2011, she is not in hospital. She has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but this illness is highly responsive to medication and bipolar people usually live quite normal lives.
Being bipolar won't kill you! It's an illness that makes your moods change drastically. Do some research before you say something stupid. I've been bipolar for 3 years and will be for the rest of my life.. that's just how it goes.
YOU DONT you have to learn to live with it
* It can be. it just depends on what methods are used and how severe the case is. Hypnosis, although effective, is an unethical and unreliable method to use in this case; it only covers up the symptoms rather than "curing" them. Many bipolar sufferers use drugs to suppress the symptoms but others, such as Stephen Fry, have grown to love their illness, because the feelings of elation that come with it can outweigh the depression. == == * There is no "cure" for Bipolar, however it can be managed with medications. Bipolar is a life-long disease, however one can live a normal, healthy & happy life when they are in treatment for their Bipolar disorder. * Like any other illness, bipolar can be treated but never cured. Or, not cured until gene therapy can make more discoveries. And that is because bipolar is a genetic disorder. -clm * It's only controlled by medication. Even with medication, it is still a guessing game, you are told "if this medication your taking is not working, let's change and try this". Or they add additional medications. Not everyone can live to be normal and happy with bipolar, like the above statement. Ask anyone who has experienced bipolar disorder
Being bipolar presents many challenges, especially if one has not found a medication that helps. But being bipolar is not fatal in any way. One can live just as long a life as anyone else.
In order to have a functional relationship with someone who has borderline personality disorder the main thing is to accept that they have a condition and to be able to provide support and understanding. If you are willing to live with it, then you can make the relationship work. Offer support, learn about the illness, and work with them to make it as manageable as possible.
yes, but you will always have to live with it.
They are poor They have a child who has an illness that could/will be fatal They live and make the best of the poverty
This might be one - "Children Learn What They Live" If children live with criticism, they learn to condemn. If children live with hostility, they learn to fight. If children live with fear, they learn to be apprehensive. If children live with pity, they learn to feel sorry for themselves. If children live with ridicule, they learn to feel shy. If children live with jealousy, they learn to feel envy. If children live with shame, they learn to feel guilty. If children live with encouragement, they learn confidence. If children live with tolerance, they learn patience. If children live with praise, they learn appreciation. If children live with acceptance, they learn to love. If children live with approval, they learn to like themselves. If children live with recognition, they learn it is good to have a goal. If children live with sharing, they learn generosity. If children live with honesty, they learn truthfulness. If children live with fairness, they learn justice. If children live with kindness and consideration, they learn respect. If children live with security, they learn to have faith in themselves and in those about them. If children live with friendliness, they learn the world is a nice place in which to live. Copyright © 1972 by Dorothy Law Nolte
Yes you can drive with bipolar, you may choose not to when in a depressive state but it doesn't affect your driving skills. I, myself have bipolar and with the right meds and diet, adjust well and live a normal life.
It's only common if you live an unhealthy lifestyle.
your entire natural life, however long that is. if properly treated, there is no reason that bipolar would shorten a person's life.
live and learn
A wannamunda is someone who wants to learn how to talk to people who live in India or Bangladesh.
I believe you can. All you have to do is resolve your differences. Or live with them. Say, you hate the way he is always contradicting you. Either, you can learn to not care, or you can have him deal with his criticism issues. Usually you learn to love some one without trying though. Answer I think you can GROW to love someone as you get to know them more but I do not believe that a person can LEARN to love someone - example - I do not believe you can MAKE yourself love someone you do not love.
learn to live or live to learn
Nobody knows how long someone will live no matter their age. Unless you have a severe illness, which the doctors might predict the time you have left, the answer is left unknown.
It would be so insane to break up with a person who is bipolar and you consider him bipolar even when he loves you so love doesn't see if the person is mentally challenged. Don't leave him. Give him a new hope to live and be with him.
You could try complaining to the Facebook admins, but realistically, you might just have to learn to live with it.
Time. we never get over a loved person's death, however as time goes we learn to live with it. People die for many reasons, such as old age, long term illness and accidents but each death is "felt" differently by a person. If a loved one lives to be 90 or so, when they die of old age, their life can be celebrated and appreciated even though the death itself is sad, but if someone dies in an accident or due to a long term illness, the grief can be harder to deal with.
it depends on if the parent is taking medication. my aunt is bipolar and she hits my cousin all the time. she knows pressure points and it wont leave marks. :(
Most bipolar children are treated through medication and therapy. Even so, the constant and sudden mood swings can affect the social lives of a child.