“A familial support system can be between immediate family members, or a mix between extended and immediate family members.” – Brent Blaisdell, PsyD
Yes, it is hard for the people around to handle someone with bipolar disorder. Sometimes, there are lots of complaints, and that is normal. There are instances that both people around and the individual with mental illness can go along without any hassle. But what if the person is a child? How can an individual measure the amount of patience, determination, and empathy he needs to invest in taking care of a child with a bipolar condition? If in any case there are tons of individuals and parents who want an answer, they might as well pay attention to a psychologist’s recommendation and advice.