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Re: Multi diagnosed wife. Help dont want to divorce.

Posted by LOVEUMIKO on November 19, 2003, at 19:37:39

In reply to Re: Multi diagnosed wife. Help dont want to divorce., posted by karen_kay on November 19, 2003, at 19:24:51

> I really hear your concern for your wife. Is your wife on medication? I think the most important thing at this point is to get her stabilized on medication(s) that works for her (and it might take some time to find the right cocktail)and make sure that she remains on them. Does she have a doctor in AZ lined up? And you both might want to check into some counseling to help deal with the emotions you have gone through with this diagnosis and aftermath. I see that you love your wife very much, and it is very courageous of you to stand by her side. I think that once her manic episodes are stabilized you will see the "person in the wedding photos" once again. I am Bipolar as well, and once I was put on proper meds, my manic and depressive episodes are not nearly as severe! Good luck to you!
> Karen

Hi Karen,

Yes she is (was) on medications. I can't even alk to her without being arrested right now. I have no idea how she is doing. I'm afraid she will crash and realize the irriversable damage this has caused. I'm a Police Officer-This has basically sealed the fate of never transfering to any other dept. It was tough enough explaining the first time. This second time I do not see being tolorated by a potential employer...including my current employer.

She went to the news papers and made her allegations public. It was a big mess to fix the first time.

I can't see how I can possibly keep going on with her reactions being the way they are. If they were of a different nature I can see staying with her "in sickness and in health"

She is very smart which makes matters worse! SHe presents well and uses the legal system to attack me.

Your right. I do love her very much. I'm in tears as i write. I don't understand why she attacks me.

Did you ever lash out at the ones that loved and supported you the most?




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