Yes he’s on a lot of medication but he’s in denial he thinks nothing is wrong with him.
What I can tell you is this...psychiatric medications are not a silver bullet unfortunately, and there's no magic formula for which ones will work and which ones won't. The medication that works for one person with Bi-Polar won't work on another....there can be a lot of trial and error....and even if you're lucky enough to find the right drug or mix of drugs, there's a good chance that it will stop working after a period of time.
What we've found is that there are three important elements, medication, exercise and diet.....three legs of a wobbly stool....neglect one and the stool will wobble, it might even tip over.
You mentioned that you feel like you're alone, that everyone thinks he's a great guy....that you haven't shared this beyond family. God can do amazing things, and He uses people to offer help, hope and encouragement. I've shared my struggles with friends and neighbors and the blessings that have poured forth have been incredible.
I can share more if you like, but I don't know if you're still checking this thread.
God bless, and know that God is there in both good times and bad....
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