"How To Get Your Loved One
With Bipolar Disorder To
Take Their Medication"
If you are supporting a loved one with bipolar disorder and he/she won't
take their medication or wants to go off their medication, then this letter
is going to be a Godsend to you.
If you are having problems getting your loved one to take their medication,
then I know what you are up against.
Years ago, I faced the same problem. Getting my mom to take her medication
was one of our biggest issues. It was difficult, if not impossible sometimes,
to get her to take her medication.
She just didn't want to take her medication much of the time. She either
was unwilling to take it, or she came up with so many excuses for not
taking it that I just lost count of them somewhere along the line.
I just didn't know what to do. I had to come up with answers, because
it was absolutely crucial for my mom to take her medication in order for
her to become stable with her bipolar disorder.
One of the reasons my mom became so unstable that she had to go into
treatment was the fact that she wouldn't stay on her medication. Each
time she wouldn't take her medication, she would go into a bipolar episode.
One time she got so unstable that she had a total breakdown and had to
As her supporter, I didn't want to see her keep going into bipolar episodes
because she wouldn't take her medication. I absolutely had to work out
ways to get her to take it, and they worked!
After several years of volunteering and running BipolarCentral.com, the
number one biggest question I always hear asked is, "How do I get my
loved one to take their medication?"
The Number One Biggest Question
Most supporters just don't know what to do. Neither do therapists, psychiatrists,
doctors, and many other experts. I have been to so many support groups
and heard experts say, "There's really nothing you can do to get
a loved one to take their medication unless they want to."
This is TOTALLY NOT TRUE.
There are things that can be done.
I've Been Told It's Impossible
If you have been around the "bipolar block," so to speak, and
have asked people how to get someone with bipolar disorder to take their
medication who doesn't want to take it, you have probably either been
told a) you can't, or b) you can't force someone to do something they
don't want to do.
I have been to so many support groups where someone asked the expert
or doctor about how to get their loved to take their medication and the
conversation goes something like this: "Well, umm
hard to answer that, because everyone is different." In other words,
they will be evasive.
Then someone else might push for an answer.
So then the doctor usually says, "Well it's difficult," and
then skips over the question quickly because they honestly have no idea.
This is true, but
There are other ways.
How I Discovered So Many Ways
First, I realized that in order to convince a loved one to take their
medication, you have to understand WHY they're not taking their medication,
or don't want to.
I researched this intently, and talked to many, many supporters to find
out why their loved ones didn't want to take their medications.
I also talked to many, many people with bipolar disorder themselves to
find out why they didn't want to take their medication.
I have interviewed so many people with bipolar disorder who are success
stories today, but who, before they became stable, have horror stories
about what happened when they were unmedicated! I asked them why they
wouldn't take their medication, or why they didn't want to take it.
I got answers!
I talked to and interviewed more people to find out what made them go
back on their medications - what made them start taking their medications.
Then I had an idea.
First, I would take the techniques that I knew worked. The ones I used
with my mom and the ones I knew people used successfully.
Then, I wrote them down.
When I saw, like I said, that so very many other people were struggling
with getting their loved ones to take their medication too, I realized
that they needed this information.
So I put all these techniques into an e-guide that other people could
The most amazing thing was that NOBODY else ever talked about these techniques.
Some of them you will find strange. Some you won't think could work but
they do. Some you would think are too difficult but are not. After you
review them, you'll find that it's very possible to get your loved one
to take their medication.
The good news is that I have personally taught people these techniques
and now have seen that they work.
You'll Never Find These Strategies Anywhere
The methods in How to Get Your Loved One With Bipolar Disorder To
Take Their Medication come from real life.
These are proven strategies. I know, because I have used them myself
with my mom.
You're going to be amazed at how simple it will be to use these strategies.
In this guide, you'll learn the answer to one of the most difficult aspects
of supporting someone who has bipolar disorder, and that is: How to get
your loved one to take their medication.
You may have already experienced what I did - that when your loved one
doesn't take their medication, they go into a bipolar episode, and when
it gets too out of control that it can't be handled at home, you may have
to have them hospitalized involuntarily.
No supporter wants to do that to their loved one.
There HAS to be a better way!
To find out how to enable you to get your loved one the help they need,
I didn't use just my own experience. I also used the experiences of hundreds
of other people that I've interviewed, so you could benefit from their
experiences as well.
I picked up dozens of useful tips and strategies (all of which work,
by the way)
and you will, too.
Some of the things you'll learn in this e-guide are:
- Amazing ways to get a loved one who absolutely positively refuses
- The number one mistake people make when trying to get a loved one
with bipolar disorder to take medication
- The biggest problem you'll have when trying to help a loved one with
bipolar disorder to take medication and what to do about it
- Treatment for bipolar disorder
- The parts of a good treatment plan for someone with bipolar disorder
- What the Triangle of Professionals is
- Who makes up the Triangle of Professionals
- Why it is so important that your loved one's Triangle of Professionals
believes in medication for bipolar disorder
- How your loved one's doctor can help them with their bipolar medication
- What the psychiatrist has to do with bipolar medication and how
they can help with your loved one's medication
- How your loved one's therapist can help with getting your loved one
to take their medication
- What having a strong support system means, and how it can help
your loved one
- Who can be in your loved one's support system
- The most surprising person who MUST be in your loved one's support
- How important it is for your loved one to be involved in self-management
of their own bipolar disorder
- What self-management skills your loved one MUST do to help themselves
- What the MOST important part of your loved one's treatment is - without
it, your loved one will fail
- Why medication is so important for your loved one
- Is there ANY hope for recovery from bipolar disorder without medication?
- The FATAL results that can happen to your loved one without medication
- Statistics that back up the need for medication for someone with bipolar
- Deborah's story - and how she committed SUICIDE after going off
her bipolar medication
- Newspaper headlines about what happens to people with bipolar disorder
who go off their medication
- How you can use headlines to get your loved one to take their medication
- Jake's story - how he was shot by the police during a manic episode
because he was not on his bipolar medication
- How CRUCIAL medication is for stabilization of bipolar disorder
- How lives can be RUINED by not being on their bipolar medication
- What people can lose by not taking medication for their bipolar
- What happens if you ask your loved one why they won't take their medication
and they say, "I don't know."
- Why you need to know the REAL reason your loved one won't take
- How to find out the real reason your loved one won't take their medication
- 24 excuses why someone with bipolar disorder won't take their medication
- How you can confront these excuses
You'll find so many strategies that work well that NOBODY ever talks
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While 34% of those who have bipolar disorder will attempt suicide, 20%
of those NOT TAKING THEIR MEDICATION will succeed. Just think, that's
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