Bipolar dating service in california

Gradually over about 2-3 years he was able to do most things ''normally'' again. defend your son's right to choose who touches him, who kisses him etc..

They had huge tantrums-- one of them very, very frequently and over nothing.

Their mood flipped from happy to outrage in a split second over nothing.

Like most parents with children with undiagnosed disorders or whatever this is, I am so worried.

I'm even worried that nothing may be wrong with my boy and I'm worrying for nothing (again)!

A codependent relationship is where one person has an excessive emotional or psychological dependence on another person.

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I'm in my 50s and I still have deep feelings about being left to my own devices with my sibling's behavior. Have heard great things about Kiki Chang at Stanford but was wondering if the department and experience overall is worth the drive to Palo Alto. anon I am replying to a post about a young child exhibiting bipolar symptoms-UCSF or Stanford.

Thank you, thank you, for being the tuned-in parents you are. My experience with my child who was diagnosed at the age of five and has been to Stanford, UCSF, Children's Oakland (CHO) and other places for diagnostic purposes is: I would recommend that you see Andrew Giammona, MD at CHO.

Look through the listings of Cowboy members that have joined Cowboy Dating Service that are tagged with Bipolar.

Meeting other members who have similar interests is a great way to find things to do once you are dating.

He might turn out 'fine' as you daughter has. But getting him evaluated and some help NOW while he is still younger and more amenable to change is the best route to go. What you describe sounds entirely and completely normal and common to me. Both of my kids seemed to just flip out and switch personalities. They sometimes freaked out if they were just looked at.

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