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Living with Someone Who's Living with Bipolar Disorder

By: Chelsea Lowe & Bruce M Cohen, MD,PhDPublication details: Jossey-Bass 2010ISBN: 9780470475669Subject(s): Bipolar DisorderSummary: If you love someone who has bipolar disorder, this warm, sometimes humorous, user friendly book will give you the information you need to deal with changing moods, turbulent ups and downs, depression, mania, and other behaviours that are disturbing. Designed as a hands on guide and written in everyday, nontechnical language, the book offers practical answers to the most commonly asked questions about bipolar disorder.
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RIM Available If you love someone who has bipolar disorder, this warm, sometimes humorous, user friendly book will give you the information you need to deal with changing moods, turbulent ups and downs, depression, mania, and other behaviours that are disturbing. Designed as a hands on guide and written in everyday, nontechnical language, the book offers practical answers to the most commonly asked questions about bipolar disorder. A41293567
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Available If you love someone who has bipolar disorder, this warm, sometimes humorous, user friendly book will give you the information you need to deal with changing moods, turbulent ups and downs, depression, mania, and other behaviours that are disturbing. Designed as a hands on guide and written in everyday, nontechnical language, the book offers practical answers to the most commonly asked questions about bipolar disorder. A40237860
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If you love someone who has bipolar disorder, this warm, sometimes humorous, user friendly book will give you the information you need to deal with changing moods, turbulent ups and downs, depression, mania, and other behaviours that are disturbing. Designed as a hands on guide and written in everyday, nontechnical language, the book offers practical answers to the most commonly asked questions about bipolar disorder.