Quote Blue 501: Even though Adam has done some really repugnant things, he did save Sharon's life. She was so drunk she probably would have burned to death in the fire and that may have been her intention. Bipolar patients do that when they are depressed-they try to take their own lives.
He also saved Noah's life in the fire at Brad's house that Daisy set. Also his girlfriend (Eden?) and his dog. Later, in the tornado, he probably saved Faith's life by covering her with his body and his jacket.
Almost no one is all bad. If I can accept that Phyllis is not all bad, I can accept that Adam is not.
I agree and thank you Blue - that is as fair as it gets and no one could ask anymore of you.
Adam loves Sharon and that is undeniable and I think any intentions he has toward her are good. He is willing to place her above his own needs to help her but I do not believe she belongs isolated in that cabin.
Rignt now, Sharon needs to be in a controlled environment that is familiar with her disorder and the side effects of her new meds.
She needs to be someplace where a trained staff can constantly monitor her and provide her with DAILY therapy and gravitate into group therapy so she can heal and learn to cope with the knowledge of her illness.
I am not saying put her in an asylum - there are nice places that she can go to that are more like spas that deal with mental illness where she can be surrounded by knowledgeable people who can help her.
Also, your children will heal you quicker than anything. She needs to be some place where she can see Noah and Faith everyday.