educated as possible on the different terms,
symptoms, and causes of bipolar disorder
doctors and look for any possible warning signs of
entire family in assisting your loved one to cope
with their disorder.
reasonable expectations concerning the recovery of
your loved one.
situations, hospitalization may be the only answer.
the use of alcohol.
Be aware of
your legal rights, as you may need to step in and
assume control of your loved one�s finances should
they spend money excessively potentially creating
large amounts of debt.
groups can provide welcomed relief to both the
caregiver and care recipient.
time with your loved one, yet allow them some
independence to regain their confidence in handling
a daily routine.Be prepared for any relapses that
your loved one may encounter, recognize the
reoccurring signs, and discuss further treatment
options with their doctors.
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