"This book is an incredible resource and edgy self-help guide. It is a must-read because it will save lives."
"These Chicks have come up with every rule to save your life as you know it. Listen to what they say."
"Williamson and Rose have thoughtfully written a superb book, which lends a helping hand to any reader."
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Past President, New Jersey Psychiatric Association
“In the late 1980’s, Dr. Ronald R. Fieve gave us Moodswing (Bantam Press, NYC, 1989). His work is still considered seminal in pioneering the utilization of lithium to treat manic depression. In the 90’s, Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison of John Hopkins blew the doors open when she self-disclosed her Manic Depressive and removed the stigma for millions of Americans with the publication of An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness (Alfred Knopf, NYC, 1995). The first decade of the new millennium brought us more scholarly and self-help books on bipolar illness than the past fifty years. Now we have Two Bipolar Chicks Guide to Survival: Tips for Living with Bipolar Disorder: a thorough, well researched, systematic and enjoyable resource for individuals and family members and friends trying to understand, live with, cope with, recover from, heal and thrive with the disease of bipolar illness. Professionals of all disciplines will be thrilled to have their work as a resource.” -Laura Madlyn Harrison, MA, LCADC, CLEM
"Two Bipolar Chicks Guide to Survival: Tips for Living with Bipolar Disorder is a must read for consumers and caregivers alike. Their 66 straight forward tips cover the top-ics and issues most pertinent to coping and managing bipolar disorder. Wendy and Honora offer a realistic and compassionate glimpse into their lives, giving the reader survival rules, hope, and encouragement." -Muffy Walker MSN, MBA founder & Chairman of International Bipolar Foundation, a psychiatric nurse and mother to a son with bipolar.
“Two Bipolar Chicks’ straight forward approach to bipolar disorder is not only en-lightening and refreshing, but encouraging! Compassionately, yet candidly, their knowledge and experience of bipolar disorder is clearly conveyed. Williamson and Rose’s no-nonsense guide expertly steers you through bipolar disorder from pill boxes, to manic sex, all the way to learning to find acceptance of the illness. More than a decade after my own diagnosis, I find these clear-cut tips are relevant and ex-actly what every bipolar person needs.” -Mrs. Bipolarity –
"This is an incredible resource and edgy self-help guide about bipolar disorder which will soften the blow of the diagnosis, teach you how to cope and manage with the illness and help you navigate on a daily basis. This book is a must-read because it will save lives." - Andy Behrman, author of Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania
“I don’t know any psychologists or M.D.s, including myself, who could have written this book by the Two Bipolar Chicks. I can’t tell you how ecstatic I am. These Chicks have come up with every rule to save your life as you know it. Listen to what they say. The first thing I asked Wendy after I read the book is, ‘Can I send this to my daughter … right now!?’” -Dr. Jay Carter, internationally best-selling author of four books, including The Com-plete Idiot’s Guide to Bipolar Disorder