A Bipolar Husband, Church Conflict, a Unique Look at Grieving
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Show Notes for this Episode
- My husband is bi-polar. Once a year or so he quits taking his meds. How do I help and support him when he makes that choice?
- How do we know when it’s time to leave our church?
- My brother-in-law died a few months ago and my husband wants to buy his race car and race it in honor of him. I think it is a bad idea. What do I do?
- Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief - David Kessler
- Lyrics of the Day: "One Moment In Time" - Whitney Houston
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tags: bipolar disorder, marriage, family, disagreement/conflict
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