10 Tips To Supporting A Child With Bipolar Disorder
Such patients often become too generous and gift away their treasured items or things that they just can not afford to give away. Though, later they also regret their actions.
A – Well, it can be difficult. When I first started writing I didn’t have a schedule and found it difficult to do everything, but now I have a schedule that works for me; one for writing, one for my part time job, and one for family time. Some people hate schedules, but it really helps me plan my days in an effort to give everyone – and everything – equal attention.
Never stop a medication on your own. Many people will start a new medication when they are feeling down then immediately stop taking it when they are feeling better. This is a terrible idea as it can actually cause you to feel even worse than you did initially. Always consult a doctor before stopping.
Second, I learned that i do love my mother. depression and crazy demands that she always be the center of attention. That is part of the illness. She has all the potential to be normal when she takes her medication, and then she can be very sweet and loving.
Q – Your work is very genuine and reaches out to people. Did you have any experience in this field before joining AC or do you just come by writing naturally from the heart?
I felt lost; we were fighting constantly at this point. He was getting to forgetful and would yell at me often. Some were things that he made a big deal of, but he was yelling at me for missing things such as his wallet, appointments or material items that had been long gone.
To get the most out of life avoid procrastination at all costs. Putting something off for the future just means you’ll never get around to doing it. The first step is always the hardest, but once you’ve started doing something important you’ll find it gets easier and easier to keep going.