Taking care and raising a child is never easy, especially when your child is diagnosed with bipolar disorder. It’s not merely a difficult personality, but an illness that can sometimes be out of control. Your child may have aggressive behaviors, but when back to his normal state, he may have guilt feelings when he has realized the wrong he has done.
Many people with depression may experience what is known as “anxious distress” in addition to their low mood.
Lauren Pedersen, LMFT said “If you think you may be experiencing bipolar disorder, a licensed psychotherapist can help you sort out whether or not your symptoms signal the presence of bipolar or another disorder according to recognized criteria.”