Jul 30, 2016 · Dilemmas faced by parents of bipolar adults who do not seek help. Dilemmas faced by parents of adult children with bipolar disorder who perceive there . Parents of adult children with bipolar disorder had levels of overall psychological well-being, purpose in life, positive relations, personal growth, and autonomy that were comparable with parents of adult children without disabilities. In addition, the 2 groups of parents were Cited by: 22.
If your adult child and his or her bipolar disorder symptoms are taking center stage, than you may be living in a “hijacked house.” It is a bit of a “joke” to talk about how many millennials have moved back in with their parents. But when the millennial has bipolar disorder, it’s rarely Author: Julie A. Fast. parents with adult bi-polar kids: I have tried to find a site where dealing with adult bipolars are talked about. children, teens, yes, but adults, hard to.
Here are some ways you can help an adult child with bipolar disorder: remember to treat your child as the adult he or she is, even your child is actin. Here are some ways you can help an adult child with bipolar disorder: remember to treat your child as the adult he or she is, even your child is actin. Home. This doesn’t mean that you’ll automatically develop the disorder if one of your parents has it, though. Most children who have a family history of bipolar disorder won’t develop the illness.Author: Kathleen Pointer.