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Does it feel as though you are on a wild roller-coaster ride of emotions due to your interactions with someone who has been diagnosed as being bipolar? Are you feeling frustrated, sad, lonely, angry, depressed, and hurt because of the situation you've found yourself in with this person you so desperately love? Are you exhausted from focusing all of your attention on what the sick person is doing all of the time? Does it feel as though you have totally lost yourself and are consumed with obsessing over everything the manic or depressed person is doing?
I understand your situation all too well. I've been coping with people who suffer from mood disorders for the past 45 years, and there's nothing easy about it. One minute it can seem as though everything in life is just fine, then suddenly some disturbing thing happens, and it seems like your life is falling apart.
Although you cannot control the actions of others, you can learn how to have more control over your own emotions and actions in the midst of this very difficult situation.
There is hope!
As you are learning about what the bipolar person's world is like in this audiobook, you are also going to be getting equipped with skills you need in order to take charge of your life again.
Inside this book on dealing with someone who is bipolar, you are going to learn how to:
Have a deeper level of compassion for your friend, family member, spouse, or person you love who is suffering with manic depression
Not let the person with the mood disorder cause your emotions to experience extreme ups and downs
Detach with love
Stop being an enabler
Love the bipolar person without conditions
Enjoy your life again
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By AG on 02-21-18
Good, helpful content
The content was very helpful and succinct. In a half hour I came away understanding bipolar disorder quantum leaps more that before having listened to the book. I found the narration too stilted and stuff. If it was purposeful that it sounded clinical, I can understand. But the book would have been easier to focus on and less off-putting with a freer, varied, comfortable, more eloquent style.
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