Mastering Bipolar Disorder: An Insider's Guide to Managing Mood Swings and Finding Balance (Paperback)

Mastering Bipolar Disorder: An Insider's Guide to Managing Mood Swings and Finding Balance By Kerrie Eyers (Editor), Gordon Parker (Editor) Cover Image
By Kerrie Eyers (Editor), Gordon Parker (Editor)


Gathered from sufferers young and old, these first-hand accounts of individuals with bipolar disorder are equally inspirational, informative, and amusing. They cover all aspects of the disorder, from first symptoms and diagnosis, to times when the disorder is more or less under control. They also emphasize the importance of personal strategies for handling the disorder, such as exercise and support networks alongside medication and professional assistance. Featuring tips from clinicians and the latest research, this is filled with tested and proven solutions for living a happy and healthy life.

About the Author

Kerrie Eyers is a psychologist, teacher, and editor with many years experience in mental health. She is the editor of Tracking the Black Dog. Gordon Parker is the executive director of the Black Dog Institute and author of Dealing with Depression. Kerrie Eyers and Gordon Parker previously collaborated on Journeys with the Black Dog.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781741755466
ISBN-10: 1741755468
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Publication Date: September 1st, 2009
Pages: 300
Language: English

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