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Should People With Bipolar Disorder Have Children? That’s an extremely important question that many couples struggle with. Having a child is one of the biggest decisions we will ever make in our lifetime and there’s a lot to consider if Bipolar Disorder is part of the equation. There are people who believe it’s “not right” to have children, while others think that’s just ridiculous. Learning more about WHY people feel the way they do can teach us a lot about how decisions like this are made.
In this video from Polar Warriors, we are going to explore both sides of the argument to help guide couples with their decision. The goal of this video is not to take sides or to convince people either way. It’s to provide enough information so couples can make the best decision for themselves. There is no wrong answer here… It comes down to what’s right for each individual family, and no one else can make that decision for you.
This is one of the more controversial topics I’ve covered on this channel and there’s only so much that can be said in a single video. If there is something important you feel I left out, or if you experience is different from what I talk about in the video, please join the conversation in the comments below. We are all here to help each other learn, grow, and live a more peaceful life. Remember to keep your comments kind and constructive because this is a sensitive issue for many couples.
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“Having a child is one of the biggest decisions we will ever make in our lifetime and there’s a lot to consider if Bipolar Disorder is part of the equation.”
WELCOME TO POLAR WARRIORS: If this is your first time visiting my website or channel, welcome to “the Polar Warrior experience!” My channel is completely dedicated to helping individuals, families, and friends who struggle with, or know someone living with Bipolar Disorder. My goal is to provide actual Bipolar tools and to discuss topics which can potentially help “Polar Warriors” grow to live a more balanced, peaceful, and fulfilling life.