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    what do i do she is pre diabetis because of her medicine and shealways is yelling or correcting me or my parents. my parents are still together but not for long the way she acts. when she gets mad she gets mad!!!! she once broke my moms car windshield!!! any advise????

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    Re: my sis is bipolar

    Thanks for contacting the National Runaway Switchboard. It sounds like you're dealing with a really tough situation, and that you feel like the disorder your sister has is starting to take a toll on your family. Have you discussed your concerns with your parents? What do you think they would say if you brought it up to them? It also sounds like your sister is dealing with a lot as well, have you been able to talk with her about how she has been handling this situation? Bipolar disorder can be hard on not only the person who has it, but those around them that are trying to deal with it as well. Do you think there is anything that your family can do in order to get the support that you all need? Are there any options your family has considered, like possibly counseling? It sounds like you’re all dealing with a lot right now and it is important that all of you get the proper support to better deal with this situation. If you ever wanted to call us at 1-800-RUNAWAY we might be able to come up with some options in your area that would be helpful. Even if you just wanted to talk about what is going on you could do that as well. Situations like these do not always have a clear cut solution, but there might be some options that would be able to help your family out in this tough time. Probably one of the most important things is to be there to support each other even though that might not be the easiest thing to do at times. But like I said before the National Runaway Switchboard is always here to listen, 24 hours a day. If you ever feel the need to give us a call we will try and help you out as best we can. Good luck with everything.
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