Dear Chrys, Thank you for your encouragement. And, what I am hearing is that only medicine and a therapist can help him. I am afraid to suggest these to him. I believe he already knows this and may have at some point tried these methods.
I was hoping to find out if I could somehow snap him out of it (brain lock) while we are working. It causes trouble in our schedule (delays, running late,etc).
He is a nice person and I don't want to be pushy or offensive. And, I need to know if any of my efforts could ever be helpful.
It seems so far, whenever I try to help by telling him to move it (in a nice way!)...he has two reactions....sometimes he appreciates it and thanks me ....and other times he gives me the impression that he hates me.
He may be BiPolar, and he also said he suffers from PTSD. And tells me I cause a negative reaction from him. I feel like I may need a therapist because his reactions to my efforts seems to fluctuate.
Thanks again Chrys.....Gevalia
[This message has been edited by Gevalia (edited 07-29-2002).]