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Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide For Teens : The Basics
Series: The Blokehead Success Series. Price: Free! Words: 5,880. Language: English. Published: May 8, 2015 by Yap Kee Chong. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Mood Disorders, Nonfiction » Psychology » Psychopathology / bipolar disorder
In this book not only do we provide more detailed information relating to bipolar in teenagers but also offer some advice about ways that you can help your teenage son or daughter to cope with their illness more effectively. However it is important that you make sure that all those who are in daily contact with your child understand as much as possible about their illness.
You Are Not Alone
Price: $4.50 USD. Words: 6,010. Language: English. Published: June 2, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Spiritual
Do you feel isolated, disconnected, that no one understands? If so this book may help. It is like having an intimate conversation with a friend who truly knows you. It will rekindle hope in those of any age who are distraught to the point of giving up their dreams or even their lives and coax them back into Life to become all they were born to be. Where there is breath there is hope.
Understanding Bipolar Disorder - Easing Confusion, Improving Life.
Price: $7.97 USD. Words: 11,390. Language: English. Published: July 8, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Medicine, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Diseases
Believed to have risen from a single or a combination of factors, this is a medical condition which is characterized by extreme fluctuation in the mood of the person. A patient of bipolar depression might feel truly elated one moment and sink into depression the very next instant.the resultant is the phrase ‘manic depression’ and it is the best way with which to describe bipolar disorder.