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Book: Living Bipolar - Learning To Live With Bipolar Disorder by Sylvia Meier
Review Author lays it all out! Superb book! As a reader who lost the love of my life to what doctors claimed was a "bipolar" disorder, I have remained very in the dark as to the the validity of merit regarding this "mental illness." After having the chance to read the author's short but hard hitting book I have decided that this was the one read that provided "real clarity" straight from the [...]
 
Book: Lotta Bipolar Bits - Survivors Diary Of Living Bipolar (My Bipolar World) by Sylvia Meier
Oftentimes with Bipolar disorder our lives simply don't make sense. It becomes commonplace to live them instead in bits and pieces for living them more than a moment at a time, living with bipolar syndrome more than a moment at a time, is simply too much. "Lotta Bipolar Bits: Survivors Diary Of Living Bipolar" continues on where "Bipolar Bits: Manic Madness To Depressive Depths" left off. Meier [...]
 
Book: Bipolar Bits - Manic Madness To Depressive Depths (My Bipolar World) (Volume 2) by Sylvia Meier
Bipolar disorder can be chaotic, and cause you to live your life in bits and pieces. Anything more can be too much, and the disorder itself lends to falling to bits. Within the pages of "Bipolar Bits," author Sylvia Meier gives insight into bipolar disorder in a method that mimics the very disorder she lives with. In bits and pieces the life of a woman living bipolar is revealed. In both mania, [...]
 
Book: My Bipolar World - A Collection Of Works By Sylvia Meier by Sylvia Meier
Author Sylvia Meier brings to light her illness in "My Bipolar World" "My Bipolar World" is a compilation of Meier's recent books "Living Bipolar: Learning To Live With Bipolar Disorder," "Bipolar Bits: Manic Madness To Depressive Depths" and "Lotta Bipolar Bits: Survivors Diary Of Living Bipolar" which all discuss living with the disorder, and overcoming it. Discover within it's pages how to [...]
 
Book: Eye-locks and Other Fearsome Things - Learning to Love as a Bipolar Aspie by Ellen Stockdale Wolfe
Eye-locks and Other Fearsome Things: Learning to Love as a Bipolar Aspie opens with Ellen at a crossroads in her life. She has just lost her fiance and is starting a new job in the Columbia University Libraries. Here she will meet Danielle, the West Indian woman who is to change her life forever. And, many years later, she will meet Jimmy, the mid-Westerner whom she will one day marry. The book [...]
 
Book: Reflections and Opinions of a Mental Health Professional by Henry Claude Barbot, M.D.
"Reflection and opinion of a mental health professional" is a collection of dynamic episodes that I have encountered during my 20 years working with the human mind. This literary work identified the impact of the devastation, which is inflicted to individuals suffering from mental illnesses and disorders. Sharing my insight, I have utilized poetry as the platform to discuss how mental illnesses [...]
 
Book: Surrounded By Madness - A Memoir of Mental Illness and Family Secrets by Rachel Pruchno, Ph.D.
"What was the likelihood my adopted daughter would have my father's hazel eyes and my mother's mental illness?" In this fiercely candid memoir, Dr. Pruchno, a scientist widely acclaimed for her research on mental illness and families, shows how mental illness threatened to destroy her own family. Not once, but twice. As a child, she didn't understand her mother's episodes of crippling sadness or [...]
 
Book: Hopping Roller Coasters by Rachel Pappas
Rachel Pappas was an in your face mother, but loves her daughter more than life. She rolled up her sleeves when the neighborhood bully's taunting got way out of hand. She stood up to hard-nosed teachers that didn't get it something was wrong and Marina needed help. And she clapped till her palms hurt when her half Greek, half Jewish daughter took the podium at her predominantly African American [...]
 
Book: The Secret Life - The Bond by Shay Mills
Experience the secret life of Aaron who suffers malicious hands of his stepfather and deals with disguising the abuse from his friends. Appreciate Aaron's highs and lows, along with his undiagnosed bipolar disorder and abusive home life, culminating in a journey of self-discovery. The Secret Life: The Bond transports you into the world fraught with danger, happiness, love, hate, vengeance, hope, [...]
 
Book: It's Not Your Journey - Second Edition by Rebecca Ann Lombardo
Follow Rebecca Lombardo as she details two years of her twenty-five year battle with mental illness and what brought her to attempt to take her life in 2013. As she recovered from that attempt, she continued to write in the hopes that she would help purge some of the pain in her life. What she never expected was that she could help others as well. This book quite simply began as a blog and became [...]
 
Book: Surviving Mental Illness - My Story by Linda Naomi Katz
The Road to Recovery Written from the perspective of someone whose life has been challenged by mental illness, this book offers help, hope, and inspiration to others struggling with psychological disorders. It provides information about mental illness in general-and mood disorders in particular-valuable tips about treatment and medication, and resources and organizations dedicated to helping [...]
 
Book: Sensually Gone! by Alles VorLoren, Elerie Loren Crawley
In "Sensually Gone!", Alles Vorloren lightly fictionalizes her bipolar disorder diagnosis as a novel where a doctor and patient converse, tracing the roots of various mental illnesses. Alles Vorloren has created an unusual hybrid of a novel and self-help guide for those suffering from bipolar disorder or struggling with a borderline personality. The book is structured as a conversation between a [...]
 
Book: Moving to Oregon - A Bipolar Journey by James Townsend
The book is about a young man in crisis. His life is torn apart by bipolar illness, and he must endure great hardship to get to the next stage in his life. The story is also a reflection on growing up the child of an alcoholic, and the family drama in the plot bears that out. Ultimately, strong sibling bonds and the persistence of hope carried him through. I learned from writing this book that [...]
 
Book: Crazy by Linda Vigen Phillips
A compelling novel in verse about mental illness Laura is a typical fifteen-year-old growing up in the 1960s, navigating her way through classes, friendships, and even a new romance. But she's carrying around a secret: her mother is suffering from a mental illness. No one in Laura's family will talk about her mother's past hospitalizations or increasingly erratic behavior, and Laura is confused [...]
 
Book: Write Your Way Out Of Depression - Practical Self-Therapy For Creative Writers (Writer's Craft Book 21) by Rayne Hall
Use your writing talent and your skill with words heal yourself. Author Rayne Hall and psychologist Alexander Draghici show fourteen practical strategies for self-therapy. Do you feel like you're trapped in a dark hole of morass, sinking deeper and deeper, the mud rising to your hips, your chest, your throat? Is despair smothering you like a heavy blanket? Is your own life moving past you like a [...]
 
Book: Defeat Attention Deficit Disorder - Causes and Remedies for ADD/ADHD by George J. McClelland
This book has been updated with information you need. Living with a person with Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is kind of like living with someone with Alzheimer's disease. It is extremely stressful and demanding. The causes behind ADD/ADHD are many. Among them are: Immunizations - Immunizations are a problem but there isn't much you can do about them. When [...]
 
Book: Restless Mind by JoAnna Santanen
Jenna Cooper is a twenty-five year-old real estate agent from Portland, Oregon. Jenna is successful, attractive, responsible and analytical. After suffering a car crash that lands her in a three-day coma, Jenna finds herself with extended periods of memory loss. She frequently wakes up in strange and disorienting situations. Jenna's life gets complicated when she finds out that she was attacked, [...]
 
Book: Walking Over Eggshells by Lucinda E Clarke
Walking Over Eggshells is an autobiography that tells the story of a mentally abused child, who married a "Walter Mitty" clone. They moved from England to Kenya, from Libya to Botswana and on again to South Africa. It took all her courage to survive in situations that were at times dangerous, sometimes humorous, but always nerve wracking. She had a variety of jobs, different types of homes, and [...]
 
Book: Correcting Learning & Behavioral Disorders Naturally! by Michelle Bever
This book is about the journey a mother took to not settle for her child to be labeled and have to be on prescription drugs for the rest of his life. My son's learning and behavioral disorders I learned were related to symptoms his body was expressing. Prescription drugs acted like a bandade and after the bandade was worn for a while it fell off. When it fell off all of the bad behaviors and [...]
 
Book: Love Never Quits - Surviving and Thriving After Infertility, Adoption and Reactive Attachment Disorder by Gina Heumann
WHACK... At three in the morning Gina was sound asleep, yet somehow she was smacked in the head. She looked over at her husband, thinking perhaps he accidentally rolled over and flopped his arm on top of her, but he was sleeping soundly and facing the opposite direction. She turned to the other side and glaring back at her was her eight-year-old child. "Did you just hit me?" "Yes, and I'd do it [...]
 
Book: Adenomyosis - A Significantly Neglected and Misunderstood Uterine Disorder by Maria Yeager
What is adenomyosis?? A lot of people will ask that question when they see the title of this book, and that is the reason it was written. I personally lived with this uterine disorder for seventeen years before I finally received a correct diagnosis after my hysterectomy. Adenomyosis is a disorder of the uterus that causes very heavy menstrual bleeding, painful abdominal cramping (comparable to [...]
 
Book: Salted Lithium - A Short Story (Red Shorts Series) by Karen Jung
Salted Lithium was inspired by a documentary I saw many years ago when I still lived in Germany. It was about a man who woke up on a train in New York and didn't know how he got there. My story is different from the documentary I saw back then, but it has these elements of 'not knowing' and 'confusion'. I thought of different settings, but kept coming back to this image of an American road movie. [...]
 
Book: God Moment - Hearing God's Voice Sparks A Remarkable Experience by Bette and Wayne Price
The great thing about miracles is when you see one you know God did it. This is a testimony of miraculous God-filled events marred by marital separation, bipolar depression, and imminent suicide. The true story of God's powerful triumphs over startling defeats provides a full measure of hope wrapped up in wondering, "What's next?" A victorious conclusion that can only be attributed to God is sure [...]
 
Book: Polarity in Motion by Brenda Vicars
Fifteen-year-old Polarity Weeks just wants to live a normal life, but with a mother diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, that's rarely easy. Her life gets exponentially more disastrous when her sixth-period history classmates start ogling a nude picture of her on the Internet. Polarity would never have struck such a shameless pose, but the photo is definitely of her, and she's at a [...]
 
Book: Wigs by Donna Lee Comer
Although there is no vulgarity, this fiction novel is recommended for age 16 + due to some violence. What happens to a person who suffers from D.I.D.? Psychologists say a traumatic childhood can cause dissociative identity disorder, or a split personality. Is one personality aware of the other? Can one personality control the other? Some may react violently. Philadelphia Police Detective Ben [...]
 
Book: The Other Side of the Window by S.Z. Berg
Savannah Bloom, a small-town news reporter, is suddenly struck with obsessions that force her to do whatever it takes to tame them so as to hide them from the world. Her secret is revealed when she becomes the central figure of a national story she uncovers. Savannah must gather strength and courage to emerge triumphantly. Written by award-winning journalist S.Z. Berg - Reviews - "The ending is [...]
 
Book: The Outlaw was no Lady (The Law and Disorder Series, Book 2) by Sharon Ihle
Rayna Sebastiani is tired of living on the run and on the wrong side of the law. A beautiful gypsy, Rayna is well-versed in con games. She has a trained pig, too. Luther 'Gant' Gantry is a former outlaw, part owner of a floating circus, and has a villainous family tracking him down. Luther is none too fond of Rayna or her pig. If one doesn't bring trouble, the other certainly will. But he [...]
 
Book: The Invisible Storm by Juanima Hiatt
In this powerful memoir, Juanima divulges a plunge into a darkness few are able or willing to speak about: the terrifying, anxiety-driven world of PTSD. Her family unaware, Juanima endures abuse and multiple rapes as a child, and at nineteen years of age decides to lock the memories away into "the vault" - the darkest recesses of her mind - forever. But she discovers that no vault is strong [...]
 
Book: Trompe-l'oeil by Russell Bittner
'Trompe-l'oeil' literally means 'deceiving the eye'. Adoptive New Yorker, Daneka Sorensen, appears to be a woman any man might want: attractive, imaginative, charming, wealthy and successful in almost every aspect of her life. It's no wonder that fashion photographer Kit Addison falls madly in love with her. After their third chance meeting, they hesitantly find each other, then impulsively run [...]
 
Book: I Want Candy by Tiana Laveen
Candy Benet is a smart, attractive, loving, and sensitive woman with a great head on her shoulders. There is just one problem - her sense of direction as it pertains to men takes her down multiple winding roads with dead ends. Longing for a happily-ever-after, Candy attracts numerous men only to have her fairytale ending crash and burn time and time again. As each relationship begins and ends, [...]
 
Book: Never Enough by Denise Jaden
From the author of Losing Faith, a novel about two sisters and the eating disorder that threatens to destroy their family. Loann's always wanted to be popular and pretty like her sister, Claire. So when Claire's ex-boyfriend starts flirting with her, Loann is willing to do whatever it takes to feel special...even if that means betraying her sister. But as Loann slips inside Claire's world, she [...]
 
Book: To Love A Scoundrel (The Law and Disorder Series, Book 1) by Sharon Ihle
She lives for danger. A beautiful Pinkerton agent, Jewel Flannery disguises her identity to hunt down outlaws. And she always gets her man. He lives for passion. A magnetically handsome riverboat gambler, Bret Conners can have any woman he wants. Except the one "jewel" he desires most of all. When Bret spies the secret fire burning behind Jewel's disguise, both he and Jewel are searching for [...]
 
Book: Blinded By Deception - Life With a Narcissist by Maria Yeager
Follow along with Nikki as she struggles to deal with a narcissistic family for twenty eight years. Her confusion early on led to a deep clarity about herself and her family after she learned all about Narcissistic Personality Disorder. With the help of family and friends, she found the support she needed to get through a deep valley in her life. Both group and individual counseling helped to [...]
 
Book: Featherlight - Hope rekindled by Antje Doehring
Less is more! Paolo had declared. Following which the school heartthrob had dumped her. Since then, Jasmine had wanted only one thing: to become thinner and to be more attractive. When her family sat down for lunch, Jasmine only pretended to eat. She secretly threw most of her food away. She hoped to lose weight with the help of an Internet forum called the "PorcelainGirls". Soon after, becomes [...]
 
Book: The Law and Miss Penny (The Law and Disorder Series, Book 4) by Sharon Ihle
When he awoke by the side of the road, with a throbbing head and a lovely woman bending over him, he couldn't even remember his own name. Morgan Slater, U.S. Marshal, simply accepts pretty Mariah Penny's word that he is her cousin, Cain Law. And that he is part of the family's medicine show. Mariah has good reason for misleading Morgan. The hard-headed lawman is hell-bent on shutting down her [...]
 


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