// extention of "my bipolar ramzan" thread
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« on: Oct 24, 2011 09:11 AM »


as salaam o aley kum!
I tried to find my original thread "my bipolar ramazan" but could not locate it so have started a new topic. 24 days after i left my husband's manic phase turned into a depressive phase. its the other extreme of the bipolar disorder. He started taking meds. and urged me to come back. Considering his condition and the help and support he needed i have come back home. He is feeling a lot of guilt and remorse over what he had done. His condition is not stable....he is too depressed and he has job only till december but with his medicines on i am optimistic that things will turn out better. At least our marriage is saved, my son is back to school and may not have to repeat the year. hubby has also started alternative treatment ( along with regular medicine)with a homeopathic doctor who is positive that a permanent cure is possible for bipolar disorder.  Please remember us in your duas Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: Oct 24, 2011 04:20 PM »

Alhamdullilah things are getting better for you.
Inshallah everything will continue going positively

Will remember you in my dua's for sure
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« Reply #2 on: Oct 24, 2011 06:05 PM »

That's nice sis, Alhamdulilah. It'll all ease out in the end, InshAllah.
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« Reply #3 on: Oct 26, 2011 02:49 PM »

May Allah make things easy for you.

Inshallah everything will be fine soon.Do keep praying and maintain sabr and continue to have  a positive attitude towards situations.

We all will definitely pray for you.
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