She has really enjoyed reading about someone who is like herself.
As a parent of a child with bipolar disorder, and a health care professional, I strongly urge everyone who interacts with these children to read this book.
Maybe it's their love and dedication and intelligence and optimism in the face of circumstances that would leave anyone else embittered and demoralized.
Growing up Bi Polar I have always dreamed for a book that shares stories of other young people and their coping skills.Published 3 months ago by Rebecca Voelkl
Phenomenal book about understanding what children with bi-polar experience. Totally has made me re-think my actions and re-actions. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sally Austin
I grew up with undiagnosed bipolar disorder and have a lot of difficulty figuring out what is "normal" kid stuff and what is bipolar disorder when helping my 11-year-old with her... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
It is quite a while ago that I read this book and it was quite informative. I am not sure though if I would buy it again.Published 18 months ago by Madeleine Zanin
I have only picked this book up and skip around. My daughter has done the same, but more regularly. She would come running Mom look this is me. This is how I feel sometimes. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Catherine
If you are looking for a book that helps with understanding what exactly a bipolar child is going through and what/how they are thinking, then this is the book for you. Read morePublished on October 3, 2009 by Misty Whiteknight
Intense minds was helpful and informative. For those who know someone with Bipolar disorder, it's insights help you see into a young bipolar mind.Published on June 2, 2009 by Nana to bipolar kid
This book takes the unique perspective of kids who are dealing with mental illness. It is comforting to read the stories of these children. Read morePublished on October 30, 2008 by R. Ford
Through their own words about growing up with Bipolar Disorder, children, teens, and adults offer an opportunity for others to empathize and act to support children with whom they... Read morePublished on October 9, 2008 by Clair G. Cosby