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Read this to learn how to better support loved ones diagnosed with BPD. Great resource for anyone learning to live with or around BPD. Feb 04, Carrie Lee rated it it was ok. I can't say whether this would be valuable to anyone dealing with the disorder; I read it while researching for a new play I am directing, and did find several pertinent statistics and anecdotes. Peter Graham rated it it was amazing Apr 22, Nicole rated it really liked it Jul 03, Stefani rated it really liked it Jul 04, Erin rated it it was amazing Nov 14, Devorah rated it really liked it Apr 07, Brian rated it liked it Mar 03, Jimmy Mannung rated it really liked it Oct 31, Dana rated it really liked it Sep 06, Marty rated it really liked it Dec 17, Angela rated it it was amazing Apr 16, Daniela Gonzalez rated it it was amazing Aug 16, Lisa rated it really liked it Aug 02, Jasmine Perkovic rated it it was amazing Jun 02, Loogpla Printa rated it it was amazing Sep 14, Barbara rated it it was amazing Mar 04, Kristen Choi rated it really liked it May 06, Shelby rated it really liked it Dec 11, Randy Sherrod added it Jan 07, Ami added it Jan 19, Sherri is currently reading it Jan 21, Flutterby79 marked it as to-read Jan 22, Maria marked it as to-read Feb 18, This book is saving my life.

The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide: What You and Your Family Need to Know by David J Miklowitz

I haven't finished it yet, as I'm taking my time to really absorb everything and fill out the worksheets included. After I finish, I am encouraging my fiancee to read it so he knows what he's getting himself into and then my mom, so she can finally understand what I am going through.

It goes through the science of what is happening in the brain and genes don't worry, Miklowitz breaks it down to be easily understood , covers the various drugs that your doctor might prescribe, treatment options, and actual steps you can take to get better! Thanks to this book, I have taken big steps in the right direction to control my moods - avoiding alcohol, keeping to a regular sleep schedule, and charting my moods to look for patterns.

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By the way, the mood chart recommended in this book is no longer available at the website given, but with a little Google-Fu you'll be able to find it easily. This is a very useful survival guide for a person dealing with bipolar disorder who wants to look for help and for people living with someone suffering from the bipolar disorder, I wish there was a section in the book to provide strategies on how to help a person who is suffering from bipolar disorder to acknowledge their condition, the big premise of this book is that the person suffering from the disorder is aware of his or her condition, something that is not always the case due to their own stigma associated to the illness.

Nevertheless this is a great guide with good insights and recommendations.

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Relatively short but in depth, it still took me 5 months to get through this from time of diagnosis until now. Partially periods of time willfully not wanting to deal with it, just busy, and trying to absorb it as thoroughly as possible.

The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide

Outside of your family, psychologist and psychiatrist this is the place to start. Helpful for relationships, workplace, daily routine, coping strategies. I wish I could find printable worksheets from the book online.


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If bipolar touches your life in any way or you just want more information I can't recommend this book highly enough. Written by a doctor with many years experience working with bipolar patients, he covers alot of facts and theory mixed with his real-life observations and patient examples. Fascinating, informative, readable, and yet hopeful Being diagnosed with bipolar can be a big and scary life changer, this book handles the subject by offering alot of facts and information you need to know What could be a dry and depressing book comes across as insightful and uplifting.

I don't often read non-fiction, but this book has been the happy exception. Easy reading with oodles of information, hope, and encouragement!

The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide, Second Edition What You and Your Family Need to Know

I have bipolar disorder and this is the first book I read on the disease. Even in this day and age of internet and easy access to information I found this book tremendously useful. It provides both a broad picture of the disease and many details that bipolar patients face in their lives. After having read the book, I find it easier to accept my illness and I believe I will be more responsible with my life knowing better what my illness is.