It’s nice to know our words can help others.
This comment was by Cynthia Rydgren in reference to the post – My Teenage Son (Who Has Bipolar Disorder) is My Mentor
I have never been more captivated by your words.
My mother was bi-polar and my brother was schizophrenic and gay. My other two brothers were normal but I have a life of wanting no judgement on my mother
I loved your quote about mother-blaming. My two brothers in their 60’s have had a hard time discrediting my mother as lazy even though she has been gone for 25 years.
The long and short, I could write and talk to you for days. Thanks for the mission of giving your son respect and helping him get through this.
My brother died of AIDS in Seattle and he was the eighth person to die of this disease. You have really touched an issue that means so much. Thanks
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