Our expert says:
Sorry, Linete, but that is far too vague and broad a question for me to answer. Presumably your husband has seen a psychiatrist for a proper assessment before the diagnosis of Bipolar II disorder was made --- arrange to meet with that psychiatrist to discuss how to handle whatever specific problems are arising with regard to your husband. As fanny says, check out elsewhere in H24 and you'll find quite a bit of material on BIpolaer Disorder, to help you to understand it
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