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Posted by Carol C. on April 25, 2000 at 13:49:14:

In Reply to: Re: epilsey posted by calamity jane on April 20, 2000 at 19:23:31:

Hi, You have a unique problem but not an impossible one...you AND your husband have to make adjustments...what if your seizures keep happening?
I used to be bi-polar myself, and that is NEVER a reason to be jealous, controlling, OR to adjust to make someone else feel secure and OK...that is not your problem, it is HIS (my nuerotransmitter imbalance was from a thyroid & B vitamin deficiency)...sounds like both of you have some co-dependency problems. I do not say that lightly or to offend.
Just to say, you have to take care of your own needs first before you can be there for others: if hubby's feelings and stray unwanted animals can be fit in, fine. If not, oh well.

After you get straight what you are personally responsible for, then you will be able to find your solutions and make the adjustments you need to take care of yourself.
Take care! And let us know what you worked out.


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