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This book was an easy read and very helpful in understanding bipolar disorder.
This book will help families who might have loved ones, diagnosed or not, to get help, and most importantly, to get the right kind of help.
Kay Redfield Jamison tells the story of her battle with bipolar disorder with amazing candor.
More professional people with bipolar disorder need to write about it so it can be better understood.Published 2 days ago by Charles Ramsay
Dr. Jamison's books were helpful in allowing me to begin to understand and cope with the suicide of a manic-depressive loved one.Heart-wrenching memoir.Published 5 days ago by Paula Stewart
The book gives great insight into bipolar. If you have anyone suffering from this condition, this book gives a clear and present context of what it looks like from the inside... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Brad Nielsen
A famous read for those of us in the know. This is my second copy--gave the other one away.Published 7 days ago by bridget bardot
A long-term fascination of neuroscience and abnormal psychology has found me readily burning through stacks of books as relaxation reading that cause pain to those making more... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Adam C. Misra
This book provides great insight into the feelings and problems of a manic depressivePublished 9 days ago by Krista Ward