Reply To: It's not my partner it's my brother


Donna Andersen

Many disordered people know that they are “different,” although they may not know a diagnosis. And many, even when they know the diagnosis, are not bothered by it. They often feel superior.

Will you be seeing your brother’s wife – perhaps during the holidays? I think it would be better to just kind of fall into a conversation. You are right that you must tread carefully. Calling her to talk about the situation could backfire. It might be better to wait until an opportunity arises.

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