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Mood Disorders: 4 Mood Disorders Books-Symptoms And Treatment of Depressed or Bipolar People and How to Cope With Them (Mood Disorders, Depression Signs, Anxiety Symptoms, Bipolar People Book 5) [Kindle Edition]

Amber Rain
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Mood Disorders: 4 Books in One About Understanding Depression or Bipolar Disorders, and Dealing With The People You Love Diagnosed With Them

This book covers everything you will ever need to know about the signs, symptoms and treatment for depression or Bipolar mood disorders. It also teaches how to cope with the people you love who are suffering with these mood disorders.

The 4 Kindle Books About Depression and Bipolar Mood Disorders Are:

  • Dealing With A Depressed Person: Coping With Someone With Depression or an Anxiety Disorder
  • Depression: Signs, Symptoms and Treatment of Depression
  • Bipolar-Depression Disorder Symptoms and Treatment
  • Dealing With A Bipolar Person: How to Deal With Someone Diagnosed With Manic Depression

The extensive information in this Kindle book has helped tens of thousands of people all over the world learn how to deal with mood disorders and how to cope with the people they affect.

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Filled with knowledge on mood disorders! July 16, 2014
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This book is actually comprised of 4 books, which are all about mood disorders. There are two about depression, and two about bipolar disorder.

The first depression book offer symptoms, signs, and things to look out for, an explanation of what depression is, and how it is diagnosed. There are different types of depression discussed, as well as different types of treatments.

The second book offers tips on handing a depressed person, including how to identify depression, as well as a list of myths about the condition. It also offers guidance on how to address someone with depression, so as not to upset them.

The third book is about bipolar disorder. It lays out symptoms, treatments, and an explanation of the types of therapy it requires.
The fourth book deals with interacting with someone that has bipolar disorder. It includes behaviors to watch out for and how to communicate with someone that has it.

I would recommend this book to people that are curious about mood disorders.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great combo of books on the topic of depression. July 20, 2014
By Zoe
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Depression destroys families, friendships, marriages and lives if it is not managed. The numberone thing is understanding depression and why type of depressive state the person is in.

This book explains depression very clearly. The types of depression people go through and treatments are also clear and concise. How to understand someone going through depression and how to handle yourself around someone who is depressed.

I was very interesed in the a very positive approach to getting help; working with your counselor; taking ownership for things you can do to get better and staying optimistic. The book even gives you daily things you can do to help continue healing along the way.

Being on the outside is never easy when someone you care about is suffering but we have to learn to not take on their illness ourselves.

Good read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great information. September 3, 2014
By Nicole
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This book contains a wealth of information regarding depression and bipolar depression disorder. With each of the disorders there is a book outlining what the disorder is, how it is diagnosed, the signs and symptoms of the disorder (including information on the various stages seen within bipolar disorder), various treatment options and lifestyle changes that can help. There is also a book for each of the disorders on how to communicate with someone who has the disorder; the appropriate way to speak with them or deal with their behaviors. This is a great book for any one who has someone in their life with one of these mood disorders.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Learn about mood disorders and how to deal with them August 28, 2014
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This book has been very helpful to me in many ways as I was able to understand depression even better as I have been dealing with it, and also had to deal with it missed with bipolar disorder from someone I dated. This book is very well structured and put together as you get a table of content for the four books for easy access, and each one have their own table of content, so the organization is superb. The content is also great, you will learn how to deal with your own depression, how to recognize depression in others as well dealing with it and helping others once you grasp all the information in this book.
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By Nerdzy
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This is a great guide on depression and the many different kinds of depression. This book lists signs to look for with depression, what treatments are available, how to deal with depressed people and more. The wealth of information is for people who really want to know.There is also sections on Bipolar people and is set up much like the depression guide. The additional web links are also wonderful to view. I really wish more people would take the time to read this.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars four books! July 17, 2014
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Mood disorders are no fun and they are definitely not a joke. A LOT of people like to stigmatize people that have mood disorders such as anxiety, depression, panic disorder and many others. However, it should not be. This ebook by Amber Rain definitely brings this to light. There are actually four e-books and they only cover bipolar disorder and depression, but it is still helpful to say the least. There are several articles online such as “how to love your depressed lover” but they do not really go into the science side of it. This ebook helps to explain that and I feel like I can share this with someone so they could help me (I am clinically depressed and have been since I was thirteen). Just remember that this ebook is not a substitute for an actual diagnosis. Just make sure you love everyone, no matter what mental problems they may have.
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