The Other Depression: Bipolar Disorder

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The Other Depression: Bipolar Disorder
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Introduction xi
  • 1 - Discovering Bipolar Disorder 1
  • 2 - A Different Kind Ofdepression 5
  • 3 - The Bipolar Spectrum 13
  • 4 - Five Keys to the Bipolar Spectrum 19
  • 5 - The Bipolar Personality 27
  • 6 - Depression 33
  • 7 - Mania 43
  • 8 - Mixed States 47
  • 9 - A Little Bit of Mania 51
  • 10 - Could My Depression Be Bipolar? 59
  • 11 - Associated Physical and Psychiatric Illnesses 67
  • 12 - Bipolar Disorder in Children 79
  • 13 - Bipolar Disorder in Adolescents 87
  • 14 - Bipolar Disorder in the Elderly 93
  • 15 - Seasonal Depression 97
  • 16 - Suicide 101
  • 17 - Drug Therapy for Bipolar Disorder 109
  • 18 - Winning the Peace 125
  • 19 - Do Antidepressants Cause Suicide? 129
  • 20 - Bipolar Disorder and Creativity 133
  • 21 - Too Much, Too Fast, Too Soon 137
  • 22 - When a Loved One Has Bipolar Disorder 141
  • 23 - Living with Bipolar Disorder 153
  • Appendix A 159
  • A Psychiatrist Speaks to Patients 161
  • Appendix B 169
  • A Psychiatrist Speaks to Doctors 171
  • Appendix C 185
  • My Patients and Their Families Speak 187
  • Appendix D 195
  • Five Keys to the Bipolar Spectrum 197
  • Appendix E 199
  • The Mood Disorder Questionnaire (Mdq)1 201
  • Index 205
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