Family Experiences of Bipolar Disorder PDF ePub eBook

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Family Experiences of Bipolar Disorder free pdf Bipolar disorder can be a devastating illness, seriously affecting not only the person with bipolar but also their children, partner, parents, family and friends. While most people are familiar with the terms 'manic depressive' and 'bipolar disorder', there remains a lack of real understanding about the illness and many sufferers and their families can feel helpless, alone and misunderstood. "Family Experiences of Bipolar Disorder" is a personal and honest account of bipolar disorder. The author Cara Aiken has lived with bipolar for 10 years, and in this book she gathers together her experiences and those of a host of contributors to portray the reality of the illness and its impact on family life. Their children give open and frank accounts of their lives with a bipolar parent, and partners and close family members explain how it has affected them. The book also features important facts and figures related to bipolar which are contributed by leading experts. This moving and insightful book will provide an invaluable source of guidance, advice and support to people with bipolar disorder and their families, as well as an insight for professionals into the reality of life with the illness.

About Cara Aiken

Cara Aiken has lived with bipolar disorder for over ten years, and is the mother of two teenage daughters. She lives in the UK, and is author of Surviving Post-Natal Depression: At Home, No One Hears You Scream, published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

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Author : Cara Aiken
Publisher : Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Data Published : 15 June 2010
ISBN : 1843109352
EAN : 9781843109358
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 176 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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