Learning To Mend Fractured Relationships With Bipolar

bipolarcoverThis shares about learning to mend fractured relationships with bipolar. Is it possible that due to a mental health condition many of your personal relationships have failed? Do you believe that those involved may have been part of the problem to why you are no longer close? Is it their fault or yours? Does the future have a way to change this?

When you were hurt by someone you may not want to forgive. This is okay and fine. There are some who eventually choose to want to recover damaged relationships. It can be hard to figure out where to start. You may not know if the other person wants to even know you anymore. It is possible there are so many that seem not interested that you may give up on speaking with those you once knew.

We believe it hurts when you have a mental illness and feel many don’t want to be a part of your life. There are some that feel they have nobody at all. They may even sit home and alone almost all of the time.

Our work is trying to help you figure out what you want. We coach to listen, share our ideas and help you figure out a path forward.

You can reach our coaches by calling us in the United States at (213) 304-9555. We can be emailed at blake.levine@aol.com.