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Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder: A 4-Step Plan for You and Your Loved Ones to Manage the Illness and Create Lasting Stability Paperback – September 26, 2006
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My brother has just been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and while I knew basically what that meant, I needed to know more to understand what was happening to him. It is written for the person with Bipolar, with notes for family and friends on how to help him/her. I have just sent the book to my brother knowing that when he reads it, it will help him tremendously. It will help him understand what is happening and will teach him what to do when the mood changes begin. Like the book says on the cover - it will help him (and us) manage his illness so he can live a more stable life. It will help him understand why his brain is behaving the way it is and is written so positively that he should not feel scared or overwhelmed when he reads it. AND it teaches us how to respond to his mood changes which is very important.
I would strongly encourage people suffering from bipolar illness and their friends and family members to purchase a copy of this book by Julie Fast.
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After hearing about this book in a bipolar group I am in we decided to give it a try. We liked that fact that not only did it have great information for the bipolar person but it... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kellie Engstrom
I would recommend this book to others interested in this topic. Good descriptions of symptoms and how to create a calm and stable environmentPublished 3 months ago by Kim A.
Didn't find any different information or help from the millions of books out there. Was looking more for something to give examples of techniques on deterring setbacks. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mom
As a person with bipolar disorder, I didn't find this book to be particularly helpful or groundbreaking in any way. It's the same stuff you can find online.Published 12 months ago by Elizabeth P.
Her books are fine but I had an extremely unpleasant and disappointing personal coaching experience with her. When I went online to share my feelings she threatened to sue me. Read morePublished 12 months ago by j.a
Good book for anyone looking to learn about and diagnose their BIPOLAR tendencies.
Easy to read and helpful.