7 edition of Juggling Your Bipolar Life found in the catalog.
February 12, 2006
by iUniverse, Inc.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
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Books shelved as bipolar-disorder: An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness by Kay Redfield Jamison, Madness: A Bipolar Life by Marya Hornbacher, A.
Books shelved as bipolar: An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness by Kay Redfield Jamison, Madness: A Bipolar Life by Marya Hornbacher, Manic: A M.
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After all, your loved one’s decisions affect you – if they go on a spending spree or stop going to work for a week, you’re the one who has to come up with rent at the end of the month.
Fortunately, there are a number of strategies you can take to help your loved one as well as return order to your own life. Take Care of Yourself. Bipolar I doesn’t have to define you.
It is true, bipolar I disorder is for life, but that doesn’t mean that it should define your every waking moment. I will always have the extreme depression cycles and the extreme mania episodes, but learning how to manage and continuously work on your mental health can change your outlook on life entirely.
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There is not just one path to success. Such jam-packed schedules may be feasible for others, but juggling too many things is a sure way to exacerbate bipolar symptoms, triggering mood destabilization and risking your academic success. Take a semester off. Joyride: A Bipolar Life Bipolar Happens.
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I peppered the book with many personal anecdotes. I was someone who was lost and unable to take full responsibility for how my life was going.
In her book, “When Someone You Love Is Bipolar,” psychologist Cynthia Last, Ph.D. dedicates a chapter to the subject of denial and what you can do. She suggests giving your partner a book. “I love my life and am not ashamed of my condition,” she says.
“Managing bipolar day to day takes a lot of work—even with medication—but it’s absolutely possible to have a happy and fulfilling life.” Audio Interview with Julie.
Today, Julie lives in Canada with her husband of 22 years and their daughters a 17, and