Actually, he is a classic case of bi-polar if you ask me. If he can pass a drug test, which some folks are suggesting....then I’d bet pretty good money that he’s gone into some serious bi-polar situation.
I worked with a guy was was perfectly normal except a heavy drinker. He had a black-out one night...and then a stroke (by age 38). He had some limits on one arm and leg...but otherwise ok. But the doctor and his wife noticed he’d started acting kinda strange after ten days in the hospital. Took around three months for them to agree that he’d developed into some very serious bi-polar mess.
The guy wouldn’t stick to the meds program and acted crazy everywhere he went. Military gave him a medical discharge...so he’s got money. But he’s a total nutcase and you can’t trust him for anything.
After watching this interview with Charlie in the last couple of days...he reminds me of my associate, and I’m pretty sure he’s gone off his bi-polar meds completely.
Who even watches that tripe anymore?
I have to agree. I’ve also known one or two folks who were diagnosed as bi-polar but, for whatever lame reasons, wouldn’t take their meds. On the meds? Relatively ok.....but off? Forget it.
My sister-in-law has been bi-polar for years. She’s been off her meds for several months now, and has seriously gone off the deep end. At some point, I don’t think you can get back to “level” - you’ve gone too far. She has, and my husband and I both think Sheen has as well.