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Melancholy, Mania and Miracles: My Journey with Bipolar Disorder

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Mental illness, when untreated, can feel like imprisonment. This book was written to give hope to those suffering from mental illness and more specifically bipolar disorder. The struggles associated with this condition are not isolated and often create a frightening halo effect that impacts parents and other family members trying to care for a loved one who is suffering. ...more
Paperback, 108 pages
Published November 20th 2012 by WestBow Press
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An honest look at the affects of bipolar disorder as well as the choices made to deal with it. There is a formula that ends up helping the author find a well balanced life. Two thumbs up.
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