Beating Bipolar: How One Therapist Tackled His Illness...and by Blake LeVine

By Blake LeVine

Beating Bipolar is an insider's view of a psychological affliction shared via approximately six million grownup american citizens. From his perch as therapist, existence trainer, and fellow patient, writer Blake LeVine demonstrates that existence may be wealthy and lucrative, regardless of the necessity to are likely to the daily demanding situations of a very likely debilitating illness.

In providing tried-and-true concepts, in keeping with medicine, remedy, and aid, he offers greater than simply common-sense suggestion for preserving long term sanity, in spite of the fact that. Blake weaves his personal inspiring bipolar tale with uplifting examples of others who've triumph over this situation with dedication and tough paintings. He exhibits that it may be done!

Beating Bipolar is written for sufferers, family, and different advocates who are looking to cease the ruinous recommendations and behaviors associated with this affliction. It's crafted for an individual who longs for a route to health yet may have assist in picking out and taking the 1st serious steps. ultimately, this e-book is a must-read for everybody who's wanting to flip the darkness of a psychological sickness into the glow of a fit, pleasant existence.

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