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The complete idiot's guide to bipolar disorder / by Jay Carter and Bobbi Dempsey.

Carter, Jay. (Author). Dempsey, Bobbi. (Added Author).

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Weston Public Library 616.895 CARTER (Text to phone) 34053117209311 Adult Nonfiction Available -

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [297]-302) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Bipolar disorder basics. About bipolar disorder ; The brain's bipolar perspective ; Causes ; Diagnosis and dual diagnosis -- Symptoms, effects of bipolar disorder. Manic phases ; Bipolar, depression, and suicide ; Other related problems ; When symptoms get serious ; Bipolar disorder in young people -- Treatment. Organizing a treatment plan ; Medications ; Therapy ; Lifestyle changes ; Hospitalization -- Living with bipolar disorder. What to expect ; Finding and keeping a job ; Family and social life ; Pregnancy and bipolar disorder ; Red tape and legalities ; Damage control -- For. Getting help for your bipolar family member ; Living with a partner who's living with bipolar disorder ; For parents of a bipolar preteen or young teen.
Subject: Manic-depressive illness

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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Bipolar Disorder : Understand, Treat, and Thrive with Bipolar Disorder
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Bipolar Disorder : Understand, Treat, and Thrive with Bipolar Disorder
by Carter, Jay; Dempsey, Bobbi
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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Bipolar Disorder : Understand, Treat, and Thrive with Bipolar Disorder


Clear answers on correctly diagnosing and living with bipolar disorder. This comprehensive and reliable guide addresses how bipolar disorder is different from other disorders, the latest research into bipolar treatments, strategies for living with bipolar disorder, and much more. *Bipolar disorder is estimated to be the sixth leading cause of disability in the world, and the number of Americans diagnosed as bipolar may be as high as 10 million *Includes information on parenting a child with bipolar disorder
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