Effect of Environment and Experience
A person’s behavior is affected by the environment around him. His capacity to handle different situations may vary according to how he perceives it and his capability to manage his emotions. His capacity to deal it in a positive manner can be brought by previous positive experiences. Experiences in life can help a person to better accept certain realities in life. Our life is like a roller coaster that sometimes we are up and sometimes we are down. We experience happiness and sadness as we encounter life’s challenges. These challenges can make us strong and enable us to handle situations well.
Inability to handle life’s challenges affects a person’s capacity to behave accordingly. Many are often diagnosed to have bipolar disorder. Confusion experience by an individual with bipolar disorder can be alarming not only to himself but also to the people around him. It can affect his immediate families and the people around him. With this, we need to understand the behavior of a person suffering from bipolar disorder. It is important for us to be aware how he behaves in different situation. In this way, we can adjust accordingly by controlling our emotions and staying unaffected.
A person with bipolar disorder is suffering from mood disorder. His temper varies from both extremes. In some instances his furious mood becomes irritable. He often experience interval of depressive mood then normal mood to bad-tempered behavior. A mixed emotion can display unhealthy behavior. They are impulsive which makes it hard for us to understand their reactions. Their unpredictable behavior causes harm if you are not aware that he has bipolar disorder.
If we are able to understand why he dwells in excessive drinking, we can better help a person with bipolar disorder. Being irresponsible with his actions like excessive smoking or drinking is one indication that a person is suffering from bipolar disorder. He is doing actions that can endanger his life. He is no longer aware that he is prone to any danger. A family member who is aware of such behavior can seek for a doctor’s advice. In this way, proper treatment can be done at an early stage of the problem. The people around can also help the person by not exposing him to situations that can trigger his mixed emotions. His family can help him to engage in worthwhile activity that can lessen his interaction with people who will remind him to be involved in wrong behavior.
Emotional Security Can Help
The ability to control our emotions in dealing with a person having mood disorder needs patience and high tolerance. Each family member should be patient enough to understand them. They need to make them feel secured that they are loved despite their behavior. Proper love and affection is one way to effectively control their behavior. Addressing the problem in a constructive manner will not only help the person but the entire family. Life is like a ripple effect that whatever we do to others can lead others to follow in a manner that you desire.