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Living With Someone Who′s Living With Bipolar Disorder: A Practical Guide for Family, Friends, and Coworkers (Cărțile Sidoniei Bogdan)

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An essential resource for anyone who has a close relationship with a person who is bipolar

This book provides a much-needed resource for family and friends of the more than 5 million American adults suffering from bipolar disorder. From psychotic behavior that requires medication to milder mood swings with disturbing ups and down, this book offers a warm and often humorous user-friend guide for coping with bipolar loved ones, colleagues, and friends. The book includes

  • Guidance for identifying bipolar disorder symptoms and how to get the diagnosis confirmed
  • Strategies for dealing with rants, attacks, blame, depression, mania and other behaviors
  • Crucial information on medication and its effectiveness and potential side-effects
  • Techniques for dealing with attempts to self-medicate with drugs and alcohol
  • How many people with bipolar disorders can care for themselves, get help, feel supported and go on with their own lives

This important book contains real-life illustrative examples and a wealth of helpful strategies and coping mechanisms that can be put into action immediately.

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780470475669
ISBN-10: 0470475668
Pagini: 272
Dimensiuni: 160 x 228 x 19 mm
Greutate: 0.32 kg
Editura: JOSSEY BASS
Seria Cărțile Sidoniei Bogdan

Locul publicării: Hoboken, United States

Public țintă

∗ Millions of people living with someone who has a bipolar disorder, including spouses, family, friends, and co–workers ∗ Millions of people who have a bipolar disorder
∗ Professors, lecturers, teachers, and leaders of workshops and trainings on living with and treating bipolar disorders.
∗ Graduate school and professional psych schools studying BPD.