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The Bipolar Family Cure: How to end the arguing, overspending, lying, anger, manipulation and irresponsibility. Get your normal life back, get control over your time, and live stress free!

For family members of patients with bipolar disorder or others who support these patients, and who have almost given up on having a normal life because of the suffocating demands of coping and dealing with a loved one with bipolar disorder…

Unlike other books on bipolar disorder that speak to the person with the diagnosis, this book speaks directly to you and the unique problems you face as a supporter. Each chapter is directed to another aspect of the difficulties you deal with on a daily basis, with strategies and solutions you can immediately apply to your own situation.

Wouldn’t it be great to stop the fighting, overspending, lying, anger, manipulation, and irresponsibility? Wouldn’t you like to get your normal life back, get control over your time, and live stress free? This book helps you do all that and more, with easy-to-understand information, instructions, examples, and case studies.

Over ten years of research has gone into this comprehensive book. Thousands of people have benefited from the strategies and solutions presented, such as:
•Avoid the top 5 mistakes the majority of bipolar supporters make…
•Specific ways to deal with anger, lying, and manipulation…
•What to do when your loved one refuses to take their medication or refuses treatment…
•How you can gain control over your finances and avoid bankruptcy and other money problems caused by your loved one’s overspending…
•Whether or not you can “catch” bipolar disorder from your loved one and how you can get support for yourself, restoring your life to a normal one once again…
•How to use the Post Episode Analysis to avoid future episodes and further reduce your stress…
•What to do when you begin suffering from the inevitable caregiver burnout syndrome…
•How to distinguish the symptoms of bipolar disorder particular to your loved one so you spot the warning signs of an oncoming episode and head it off in advance…
•The “Bipolar Stability Equation” and how you can help your loved one use it to reduce their susceptibility to arguing, overspending, lying, anger, manipulation, and irresponsibility…
•Sex and your relationship - how to restore intimacy…
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Cure the overspending; get off HotUKDeals
Take a trip to Durham!
I'm not an expert, but most of this sounds like cobblers, very aggressive actions to deal with quite a subtle and difficult mental illness...
What an insulting title. Makes it sound like those of us with bipolar are such terrible people that we are ruining people's lives.
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Cure the overspending; get off HotUKDeals
Take a trip to Durham!
I'm not an expert, but most of this sounds like cobblers, very aggressive actions to deal with quite a subtle and difficult mental illness...
Thanks.
The Tony Slattery documentary on iplayer is quite an eye opener...
What an insulting title. Makes it sound like those of us with bipolar are such terrible people that we are ruining people's lives.
Hmm I can see this going down a treat lol

Might have to skip straight to chapter 12, where to hide her body
zcaprd726/05/2020 03:03

I'm not an expert, but most of this sounds like cobblers, very aggressive …I'm not an expert, but most of this sounds like cobblers, very aggressive actions to deal with quite a subtle and difficult mental illness...


I think this is aimed at those with self diagnosed “Bi-Polar” rather than the people with the actual disorder
Another vote for an insensitive, inappropriate and offensive title and subtitle.
sounds like my marriage!
TheRandyPanda6926/05/2020 09:02

What an insulting title. Makes it sound like those of us with bipolar are …What an insulting title. Makes it sound like those of us with bipolar are such terrible people that we are ruining people's lives.


my thoughts exactly
Who ever wrote this book clearly doesn't have a clue what they are talking about.
As a long in the tooth mental health nurse, this is massively irresponsible.

Not a question of bargain hunting though OP.
Frank_Lethbridge26/05/2020 21:14

As a long in the tooth mental health nurse, this is massively …As a long in the tooth mental health nurse, this is massively irresponsible. Not a question of bargain hunting though OP.


When you've been waiting for over 2 YEARS for your (adult) son to reach the top of the list to have an initial consult with a mental health professional, self-help is all there is. I'm trying to deal with an extremely challenging situation with no help at all. I suspect I'm not the only one which is why I posted a link to the book. If we'd received help from mental health services, there would have been no need to recommend a self-help book. We're still waiting ...
adams5426/05/2020 21:50

When you've been waiting for over 2 YEARS for your (adult) son to reach …When you've been waiting for over 2 YEARS for your (adult) son to reach the top of the list to have an initial consult with a mental health professional, self-help is all there is. I'm trying to deal with an extremely challenging situation with no help at all. I suspect I'm not the only one which is why I posted a link to the book. If we'd received help from mental health services, there would have been no need to recommend a self-help book. We're still waiting ...


Sorry to hear that, I am aware how difficult it is to get access to services. I'm all for self help, just wouldn't recommend a self help book/s that use derogatory language to describe an illness like bi-polar. True bi-polar is a genuine pleasure to work with and I've seen great results, but only with medication. All the best.
adams5426/05/2020 21:50

When you've been waiting for over 2 YEARS for your (adult) son to reach …When you've been waiting for over 2 YEARS for your (adult) son to reach the top of the list to have an initial consult with a mental health professional, self-help is all there is. I'm trying to deal with an extremely challenging situation with no help at all. I suspect I'm not the only one which is why I posted a link to the book. If we'd received help from mental health services, there would have been no need to recommend a self-help book. We're still waiting ...


if you think your son suffers from bi-polar, which i assume you have self diagnosed as you said that your son has not been able to see a psychiatrist, then you should push your GP to refer you to mental health services. it may take a while to get a consultation but just continue asking the GP about the referral.

i know what it is like to get treatment as i have family members who suffer from mental ill health and to get into the system often takes something drastic to happen, and really it shouldn't have to wait to get to that stage, but unfortunately that is the reality.
Frank_Lethbridge26/05/2020 21:55

Sorry to hear that, I am aware how difficult it is to get access to …Sorry to hear that, I am aware how difficult it is to get access to services. I'm all for self help, just wouldn't recommend a self help book/s that use derogatory language to describe an illness like bi-polar. True bi-polar is a genuine pleasure to work with and I've seen great results, but only with medication. All the best.


True bipolar may be a pleasure to work with but it is far from pleasurable living with someone with bipolar in the middle of an episode, particularly full blown psychosis. I actually think this book looks pretty good. It's rare to see any support material aimed at those who provide support to someone with mental health issues. Given it's free there's nothing to lose so will give it a go.
nitro22826/05/2020 23:11

True bipolar may be a pleasure to work with but it is far from pleasurable …True bipolar may be a pleasure to work with but it is far from pleasurable living with someone with bipolar in the middle of an episode, particularly full blown psychosis. I actually think this book looks pretty good. It's rare to see any support material aimed at those who provide support to someone with mental health issues. Given it's free there's nothing to lose so will give it a go.


Then good luck.
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