This will make you a better person because you will not only learn how to work well with changing environments but also how to work well with diverse units of people.
A person diagnosed with bipolar often has different ways of being; they could be one way when they are manic, another way when they are depressive.
Yet, I do realize the negative crayons bipolar disorder colors my life with and I could see how it might be better to live without the crayon box as a whole.
With this said, loved ones should see the benefits of the crayon box for its ability to paint a beautiful outlook on their life as opposed to only seeing the crayon box’s ability to paint a destructive picture in their loved one’s life.
Caring for a loved one who is diagnosed with bipolar disorder will make you a lover of the “present;” especially when the present moment revolves around good, healthy occurrences.
Because a person with bipolar disorder does not always have the luxury of remaining in recovery, you will learn how to appreciate the moments in which they are in recovery and how to find meaning during the moments in which they relapse.
It is through these three benefits, if one cannot find others, that one should exclaim their luck in loving someone with bipolar disorder.
Not only will you learn to love the present more, you will also learn how to be in the present more.
Instead, he chose to stay in the fight and make something of himself.
Now 23, Jasper is on a mission to provide mentorship to students, parents, and adults as they navigate through difficult processes such as being diagnosed with a mental health disorder.
In a world that is overrun by cellphones and other technology, we have lost the ability to remain in the present.
But fear not, your bipolar diagnosed love one will help change this reality.