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Publisher's Summary

For anybody familiar with the condition known as bipolar 2, you will probably know how difficult and distressing the condition can be. Bipolar 2 Disorder is a condition most commonly characterized by at least one hypomanic (happy) episode and one major depressive episode.
Firstly, what is bipolar 2? Bipolar 2 disorder, is a type of mental illness that is very similar to bipolar 1 disorder. Typically, people suffering from bipolar 2 will experience severe mood swings and changes, alternating from periods of extreme lows, to highs over time.
The only real difference between bipolar 1 and 2 is that in bipolar 2, the person suffering from the condition will never experience what is known as full on "mania" type highs. The less-intense elevated moods in bipolar 2 disorder are known as "hypomania" or hypomanic episodes. Generally, people suffering from bipolar 2 disorder will have, or will experience at least one hypomanic episode in their life. Unfortunately, people suffering from this condition also suffer spells of depression, sometimes quite severe. This is where the term "manic depression" comes from.
©2012 Yap Kee Chong (P)2013 Yap Kee Chong
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4 out of 5 stars
By Enmanuel Toribio on 05-28-18

the audio recording was pretty bad

The actual reading is good but the audio quality is subpar compared to other audible books. Other than that this is a good introduction on how to deal with bipolar type 2. If you can get over the audio quality this book should be fine.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Yma on 05-24-15

Some helpful tips

but they're all superficial. If you're looking for in-depth explanations then don't bother with this book. The narrator was very dry and bland, it was hard to stay focused while she was reading.

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1 out of 5 stars
By frances on 11-27-17

barely ok if you know absolutely nothing about B2

This is only barely ok if you know nothing about Bipolar 2. The tips are "get help" and "have friends". I'm disappointed.

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