I am 24 yrs old and was diagnosed with BPD in 2011. I however did not remain on the medication or continue therapy, as of sept 28, 2012 I had a really bad manic depressant episode were I attempted suicide alone with my 3 yr old son in the house. My son's father now has temporary custody of him am my son doesn't really know his father. Please help me in anyway possible to let the judge see that I am a fit and loving mother to my son.
I am also pregnant and due in oct, I have been seeking help and such since sept 28th and would love for my son to be back with me. He is not treated well by my sons fathers girlfriend who watches him constantly.View Thread
No he was not taken by the courts my ex bf gave him to his father, because he didn't want to take of him while I was in the hospital. I have taken the parenting class but haven't been able to find a therapist who takes my insurance. But thank you for your help.View Thread
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