Living with Bipolar: A Guide to Understanding and Managing the Disorder

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vi
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Figures ix
  • Introduction xi
  • 1: What is Bipolar Disorder? 1
  • 2: Bipolar Depression 17
  • 3: Mania and Hypomania 29
  • 4: Adapting to Disorder 41
  • 5: Causes and Triggers 56
  • 6: Medication as a Personal Strategy 64
  • 7: Getting to Know Your Medications 74
  • 8: Psychotherapy 93
  • 9: Managing Your Triggers 104
  • 10: Catching Symptoms Early 120
  • 11: Support and Activity Strategies When Becoming Depressed 128
  • 12: Helpfulthinking Strategies to Reduce Depression 140
  • 13: Reducing Suicide Risk 159
  • 14: Managing Warning Symptoms of Hypomania or Mania 171
  • 15: Preventing Damage and Boosting Your Coping Skills 184
  • 16: Monitoring Your Bipolar Disorder 196
  • 17: Planning to Prevent or Reduce Relapse 211
  • 18: Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle 225
  • 19: Maintaining Close Relationships 240
  • 20: You and Your Doctor 257
  • 21: Someone I Care About Has Bipolar Disorder 266
  • Glossary 280
  • Bibliography 286
  • Index 292
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