Our expert says:
Obviously, HE should inform the social worker that he has this relevant problem ; and if she finds out about it otherwise, she might consider it a bad sign that he hid something so relevant from her. If this is a genuine issue ( rather than part of a battle between ex's ) it could be considered fair for you to discuss it with the docial worker as a valid concern of yours. Presumably he is seeing a psychiatrist and taking proper mood stabilizing meds for Bipolar Disorder, because not bothering to take helpful treatment could be considered even more irresponsible on his side.
Have any of his outbursts before now in any way involved the child ? Does he have family, like a sister or mother, who could join and supervise such visits ?
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