The Everything Health Guide to Adult Bipolar Disorder: Reassuring Advice to Help You Cope (Everything: Health and Fitness)
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. He is co-owner and medical director of Main Line Clinical Associates in Wayne, PA. About the AuthorJeffrey Naser, M.D. (Wayne, PA) is the technical reviewer for The Everything Parent's Guide to Children with Bipolar Disorder. He is board-certified in general psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, and forensic psychiatry. Naser has been on staff at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
For those with family members or friends diagnosed with adult bipolar disorder, as well as those who suffer from the disorder themselves, learning to cope is critical. Written in a sensitive, accessible manner, The Everything Health Guide to Adult Bipolar Disorder is the comprehensive resource readers need, revealing in compassionate, straightforward terms what bipolar disorder is, what the symptoms are, how to get a diagnosis, and what types of treatment are available. Includes professional advice on: Different types of mood disorders Medications and available treatments Making lifestyle adjustments Multiple diagnoses with bipolar disorder The Everything Health Guide to Adult Bipolar Disorder provides positive, supportive information for those coping with this complex disorder.
He is co-owner and medical director of Main Line Clinical Associates in Wayne, PA. . Naser has been on staff at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He is board-certified in general psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, and forensic psychiatry. Jeffrey Naser, M.D. (Wayne, PA) is the technical reviewer for The Everything Parent's Gu
practical and handy reference guide DJ Chuang I like the writing and presentation in this book. Very clear and easy to read. Quick to skim for the information you need to understand how to manage life with a bipolar disorder diagnosis. Plus, I find it helpful (and less alarming) as it doesn't have so many of those extreme wild stories about how people's behavior during manic or depressive episodes.. Ancient ideas, well written MikeDMiami I enjoyed this book, and except the fact that everything in it is 180 away from my personal reality, I would have rated it 4 stars. Yes, I am one of "them Bi-Polar s" I've never considered "Cope"ing and/or having a "Disorder" For readers who believe as I, that Pi-Polar souls have been blessed with a (off-on) mega ton of energy and imaginationrather than "disordered"there will be issues. Most readers will find this book easy to read, understand and agree with. Standar. "Okay, but one thing bothered me" according to Jules. The author uses the term bipolar to refer to the person, such as "bipolar people", and I would hope that a well-educated Ph.D., and the M.D that performed the technical review, understands that a person isn't bipolar. There are many people living with bipolar disorder but they are parents, children, aunts, uncles, cousins and spouses, not "bipolars".That being said the book was written in an easy to understand style, which is refreshing, as I personally don't speak `