I am so glad that you posted an update for us. I was reading the posts all along as you were entering them and I was really concerned how things were going with you and you fiance'.
I'm glad to hear she is in a better place. Sounds like she is getting the proper care she needs right now. With being transfered to the new wing and getting more one on one support/therapy is a very good thing.
Continue to encourage her through her journey. Remind her often that you are there for her and how proud you are for the steps she is taking towards wellness.
Get as much education as you can about bi-polar illness. This will help you understand somewhat of what it is like for her to be living with this illness. Also continue to be part of her support team with her doctor's and therapists so you can learn how to best support her.
A good book to read for help for you and her is:
The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide
by: David J. Miklowitz, PhD.
And also as important... is for you to take good care of yourself! This has been very stressful for you too and probably will continue to be for a long time. Seek help for yourself early by possibly joining in on support group for yourself of even if you can get therapy for yourself. Stay in close contact with her current support team, her family/friends.
I'm really glad to hear that things seem to be moving in the right direction. Continue to keep us posted.
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