BiPolar Disorder-Battle Between Good and EvilI am trying to help a friend who was diagnosed bipolar 8 months ago. Before the diagnosis, she had no history of chronic meds or birth control. She gave birth to her second child and her parents family business went out of business right at the same time. She was always fiercly independent, and when this event happened, she feels annoyed that she can't do anything by herself and feels very dependent on people. She felt like she needed to go out and make money and be in control since the business failed. She had a manic episode after the business fail adn birth of her second child. I believe this stress is what triggered the mania.
She had a manic event where she felt God telling her to do something, and swallowed aspirin to hear from God. Now that she is taking lithium for her mania she feels like the devil is stealing her soul. This battle between good and evil comes up with anacardium, but I don't think she has thoughts of doing evil or malicious things.. Are there any other remedies that have this battle between good and evil and stemming from a trauma? Thanks!
ksiezok on 2013-11-17
the birth of the second child. Peoples brain chemistry can
really go out of whack and they think all sorts of things
due to this, plus there is the shock factor of her parents
business, which I am sure had extra impact due to just
having given birth.
One has to take her entire case. Is she letting you treat her?
Is she open to putting her case on here?
If she is taking lithium, I am guessing she has a doctor
and health insurance. And if she is on lithium, you need
a professional to help guide on when dose can be reduced,
etc, etc .
♡ simone717 7 years ago
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