Yes. Most people regarded him as a great president. But how many great presidents go out killing vampires at night?
You can tell if someone is bipolar if they have what seems like to people in their body. If a person is Brian when they're happy, and then something ticks them off (little things do tick off people diagnosed with bipolarism) they will become a whole new person; resluting in minimum injuring someone ; maximum killing a person or thing. If bipolarism is suspected more than likely the person is indeed bipolar. They should get checked immediately.
I'd recommend going to therapy, because your husband might just have anger problems, or he might have a condition like bipolarism. If this is the problem then medication can be prescribed.
yes, Bipolar disorder is hereditary. You are born with it and will have it for your whole life. There is no cure, but there are ways to make it more tolerable. You can also develop this illness from brain injury or drug use, however.
Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder. The mood swings from horrible depression, often with suicidal thoughts, to mania. Mania can be either a feeling of unrealistic well-being (euphoria) or extreme irritibility. Most bipolars respond well to medication, and can lead productive lives.
There is no one thing that attributes family violence. There is nothing more complex in the world than the family. there are many things that assist it: divorce, poor communication, bipolarism, pride, selfishness, criminal behavior, etc. be respectfull and attempt to understand the other person and you should be all set ;-)
WELL, COULD BE SOME TYPE OF MENTAL INSTABILITY. BIPOLARISM, MANIC DEPRESSIVE, CONTROL FREAK, ANGER MANAGEMENT ISSUES. BEST TO GET A PHYSICIANS OPINION BEFORE IT TURNS TO THE HITTING STAGE. THEN YOULL BOTH NEED HELP, IF YOU DONT ALREADY. AND DONT FORGET ABOUT DRUG USE AND ALCOHOLISM.
First, there are many ways for an abuser to become healthy. The main solution is to decrease stress in the abuser's life by first finding the main stressors. Counseling and therapy can both catalyze the process of finding the main stressors in a persons life.This is only a solution if the abuse isn't deadly in nature. If there is physical abuse, call the police or remove yourself from the situation immediately. However, in the case of mental abuse, it could delineate any multitude of mental diseases for the abuser, including depression or bipolarism. If talking things out with a loved one doesn't work the first time, it's time to investigate professional help.To start getting help, visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline website: ndvh.org or call 1.800.799.SAFEOther helpful linksthechildabusehotline.com - Child Abuse Helpavhotline.org - Abuse Victim helploveisrespect.org - Teen Dating help
The mental illness bipolar disorder is thought to be genetic (hereditary) however we don't know of a specific gene that is responsible for it. It appears that many genes must be present for bipolar disorder to manifest, likely, along with other risk factors. This has been shown in twin studies. While identical twins share 100% of their DNA, if one twin has bipolar disorder other other twin does not have bipolar disorder 100% of the time. The rate of concordance of bipolar disorder type one in identical twins is between 33-90%, according to Medscape Reference.According to Medscape Reference, first-degree relatives of a person with bipolar disorder type one have a seven times greater risk of bipolar I than the general population. Additionally, major mental illnesses all seem to travel together as offspring of a parent with bipolar disorder have a 50% chance of having another major psychiatric disorder. It's important to note that even siblings raised in different households still show an elevated risk, illustrating that bipolar disorder is not only due to a shared environment but also genetics.