Saturday, January 05, 2019

Bipolar 101: A Practical Guide to Identifying Triggers, Managing Medications, Coping with Symptoms, and More

in Bipolar 101, I was hoping for some interesting background on the psychiatric condition. Instead, the book is geared towards people that have already been diagnosed and want help dealing with their conditions. The book has a tone that talks down to the reader. It assumes they want help with the condition, but are not eager to make the needed sacrifices. Half the book is a very general "how to live a healthy life". There are occasional mentions of bipolar, but most of it is applicable to anybody (eat healthy, exercise, sleep well.) It is very US-centric. (Can we really trust the USDA?)

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