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She was given medication, including lithium, which she still takes.
However, she continued to experience ‘dangerous’ manic phases — which included spending sprees — that lasted around three weeks, followed by depressions that could continue for up to five months and left her bed-bound and severely depressed.
A report published yesterday by the charity Money and Mental Health Policy Institute (MMHPI) suggests that you’re up to six times more likely to have debt problems if you have a mental health issue such as depression. The mother-of-three from Kent has bipolar disorder — characterised by periods of mania and depression — and has racked up £90,000-worth of debt since she became very ill in 2004.
During one episode, she spent more than £25,000 in a day on diamonds and other luxury goods.
I lost both my houses.’Yesterday’s report found 86 per cent of those surveyed (who’d all lived with mental heath problems at some point) said their financial situation had made their mental health problems worse, while 72 per cent believed their mental health had made their financial situation worse.
Their key recommendation is voluntary control measures, such as credit freezes that kick in if the bank notices spending sprees (similar to the way accounts are blocked if a bank suspects fraud).
She has lost everything because of the strain her condition put on her finances.Much more research is needed on bipolar and divorce, using larger samples and longer time periods and more careful matching with control groups before reliable conclusions can be drawn. After all, the hallmarks of untreated mania include hyper-sexuality, anger, impulsiveness and grandiosity, substance abuse, and compulsive behavior – all features that would reflect directly in the 5 main divorce causes cited above.One important point to note is that what research has shown is that marital outcomes for people with bipolar disorder are no worse than for the clinically depressed. I lost my own marriage due to untreated mania – infidelity arising from bipolar hypersexuality.She actually went on to flush the diamonds down the loo.‘Before I got ill, I was a high-flier,’ she recalls.‘I owned a presentation business that worked with companies like Christie’s and made more than £100,000 a year.I had a house in London and one in Kent and didn’t owe money to anyone.’Then in 2004, Lynn’s relationship with her partner, the father of her children (now aged 15, 19 and 22), started to unravel and she took a sabbatical, moving the family to Spain to try to salvage things.‘First, I started piling electrical things like the TV remote into black bags and then I’d disappear all day — my sister thought I was working — but I was actually spending thousands of pounds shopping.A report by the charity Money and Mental Health Policy Institute (MMHPI), founded by Martin Lewis (pictured) suggests that you’re up to six times more likely to have debt problems if you have a mental health issue When her family realised Lynn had become ‘psychotic’, they took her to the GP, who said she had to be hospitalised immediately — she was admitted to Littlebrook Hospital in Kent, which treats acute psychiatric illnesses.Lynn’s sisters were told she had bipolar 1, the most severe form.Only a trusted family member would be able to ‘unlock’ the account after checking the patient was back in control.People with mental health issues experience financial difficulties before, during and after an episode, explains Dame Til Wykes, a professor of clinical psychology at King’s College London, who is advising the MMHPI.