Mental disorders are psychological or behavioral patterns that are generally associated with stress that are not considered part of normal human development. Mental disorders themselves are actually divided into many choices, one of which is bipolar. Many people misunderstand about bipolar, which is often the person away from and ridiculed that bipolar is a scary thing. Bipolar disorder itself is one of the mood disorders that causes sufferers to feel significant or different flow or feelings. Here’s how to deal with those who have family or people around who are affected by bipolar disorder:
To be able to deal with those who have bipolar disorder you must care. Where those who care must think about how to deal with those who experience problems with bipolar but also think from the perspective of the sufferer. What they will feel when they feel shunned only because of an illness that they themselves do not want to bear. for example you can ask her or him about how is he or she today? Is it fun? I’m ready if you want to tell a story and whatever.
2. Be a Good Listener
Often those who become bipolar sufferers is very active talking and suddenly feel hopeless and feel worthless. When this happens it is not caused by themselves and their “mental disorders”. Sometimes the attitude of people around them who do not care with her or him. Although sometimes their conversation does not make sense, but they really need a conversation partner to listen to them. So that their mental problems do not come out or arise. Often bipolar sufferers do have a problem that really exists not just making it up. Just listen without lecturing them.
3. Calm down
Those who suffer from Bipolar disorder often experience mood disorders that cause them to be unconscious and do not know which limits are right. Now those of you who are around and deal with it must be calm because if they see you are both panicked and scared then sufferers will never trust you and only burden their feelings. Try to be calm and also keep your thoughts organized to stay calm.
4. Learn more about bipolar disorder
Bipolar disorder is not the same as moody or unexpected behavior. This disorder has a pattern consisting of episodes of depression and hypomania or mania. There must be a certain number of symptoms that run in a certain number of days in order to be said to be bipolar disorder. These symptoms appear in different ways and frequencies in each person. Only an expert can diagnose someone with bipolar disorder. You are not trying to diagnose the people you care about, but rather find out more to better understand what they are going through and how you can help.to better understand what they are going through and how you can help.
By doing the things above we can better respect our fellow humans, be more grateful to God, and indirectly be able to ease the burden on others.
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