4 edition of Manic Depression found in the catalog.
December 5, 2005
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||108|
Buy a cheap copy of Manic Depression: How to Live While book by Lynn Bradley. Living with a manic depressive can be an excruciatingly difficult experience. This is a chronicle of personal experience with the emotional roller coaster of a Free shipping over $/5(5). Surviving Manic Depression: A Manual on Bipolar Disorder for Patients, Families, and Providers by Michael B. D.O. Knable, E. Fuller M.D. Torrey Estimated delivery business days Format Paperback Condition Brand New Description "Surviving Manic Depression" is the most comprehensive, up-to-date book on the disorder that affects more /5(58).
Books on Bipolar Disorder and Manic-Depression - Page 2 show list info Fiction and Non-fiction dealing with Bipolar/Manic-Depression (two names for the same illness, one term is older and books might be under manic-depression rather than bipolar). New book explores poet Robert Lowell’s crippling manic depression, immense creativity Originally published March 9, at am Updated March 9, at pm Poet Robert : Mary Ann Gwinn.
Mania (or its lesser form, hypomania) is one component of bipolar disorder. A person in a manic episode will feel like they can do anything, feeling euphoric all the time, and full of constant : Psych Central Research Team. Surviving Manic Depression is the most comprehensive, up-to-date book on the disorder that affects more than two million people in the United States alone. Based on the latest research, it provides detailed coverage of every aspect of the aspects of the disease are addressed: symptoms, with many direct descriptions from patients.
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Frank Mondimore offers a comprehensive and compassionate guide to the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and causes of this potentially devastating psychiatric illness, Manic Depression book known as “manic-depression.”.
- Online Depression Book Store - Self Help Vitamins Alternative Medicine Antidepressants for Clinical Depression, Suicide, Manic Depression, Men's & Women's Mental Health. Bipolar disorder, formerly called manic-depression, can turn lives inside out, and then when the victim least expects it, can remind him or her that remission is just a respite, not a cure.
For years, the author of "Manic: A Memoir" was felled by acute depressions that brought her to suicide attempts/5. The book is really a primer on manic-depression, so if you don't suffer from mania, much of this information is a moot point. Best you save your money and search for a more timely workbook aimed at the disease DEPRESSION.
Sadly disappointed with this outmoded tome. Read more. 3 people found this helpful/5(68). Depression quotes and sayings about depression can provide insight into what it's like living with depression as well as inspiration and a feeling of "someone.
The book was on the New York Times best-seller list for 5 months and has been translated into 25 Manic-Depressive Illness and the Artistic 10 Helpful Books About Bipolar Disorder. Marcia Purse is a mental health writer and bipolar disorder advocate who brings strong research skills and personal experiences to her writing.
Steven Gans, MD is board-certified in psychiatry and is an active supervisor, teacher, and mentor at Massachusetts General Hospital. The phrase " manic depression " has its origins rooted in ancient Author: Marcia Purse. Manic depression is an older term for what is now referred to as bipolar disorder.
Bipolar disorder, which is the official terminology used in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), is a reference to a person's swings from the manic pole of the disorder to the depressive : Nancy Schimelpfening.
Bipolar disorder is a serious brain disorder in which a person experiences extreme variances in thinking, mood, and behavior. Bipolar disorder is also sometimes called manic-depressive illness or.
This is one of the ‘must have’ books for anyone newly diagnosed with depression or manic depression. It is invaluable in teaching both sufferer and supporter the symptoms and coping skills.
This book was monumental in helping me get through a severe depression that lasted nonstop for half a decade/5(). Pauley's Book: Steroid Treatment, Antidepressants Unmasked Mood-Swing Illness. Treatment with steroids and antidepressants unmasked Jane Pauley's bipolar disorder, the TV news personality reveals in her new autobiography.
Drug treatments do not cause bipolar disorder, according to experts. But they can make the symptoms much worse.
Audience: This book serves as a valuable tool for mental health professionals and lay public interested in an awareness of manic depression and its effects on some of the most creative individuals ever known.
The authors are credible: Hershman is an artist and novelist and Dr. Lieb is a psychiatrist. Manic Depression and Creativity Book Summary: Many recognized geniuses had creative capacities that were driven by bouts of manic intensity followed by the depths of mind-numbing despair.
From Plato, who originated the idea of inspired mania, to Beethoven, Dickens, Newton, Van Gogh, and today's popular creative artists and scientists who've battled manic depression, this intriguing work.
This book examines in detail the diagnostic approach to manic depressive (bipolar) illness, with special reference to the borderline zones with unipolar depression and schizoaffective disorder.
Among other diagnostic issues considered are mixed episodes (often misdiagnosed by psychiatrists), rapid. great book very informative. great book.
it gave me a better understanding of manic depression psychosis. God bless you all. Always trust in Jesus Christ who died on the cross for the whole world's sins, because He loves you all very much. Amen. The disease was manic-depression, or bipolar illness, as some reports acknowledge; depression occurred as part of that disease, and, in all likelihood, it led to Williams’ suicide.
Alcohol and. Bipolar disorder, previously known as manic depression, is a mental disorder characterized by periods of depression and abnormally elevated moods. If the elevated mood is severe or associated with psychosis, it is called mania; if it is less severe, it is called hypomania.
During mania, an individual behaves or feels abnormally energetic, happy, or cations: Suicide, self-harm. The other half of the story of Kurt Cobain and manic depression is, of course, mania.
Mania can be expressed in many different ways, for example the rage, euphoria, high energy, irritability, distractibility, and overconfidence listed by Bev Cobain, and illustrated in hundreds of incidents documented in the Cross biography Heavier than Heaven.
Kurt’s music and lyrics display incredible. Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a chronically recurring condition involving moods that swing between the highs of mania and the lows of depression.
Depression is by far the. Many recognized geniuses had creative capacities that were driven by bouts of manic intensity followed by the depths of mind-numbing despair. From Plato, who originated the idea of inspired mania, to Beethoven, Dickens, Newton, Van Gogh, and today's popular creative artists and scientists who've battled manic depression, this intriguing work examines creativity and madness in mystery, myth 5/5(1).A harrowing account of manic depression, plus information about the disease, by Diane Berger, mother of a manic-depressive son, and Lisa Berger, her sister and a free-lance writer (Parade, Vogue, etc.).
Wrenching personal chapters by Diane alternate with well- researched, fact-filled ones by Lisa that provide a primer and sourcebook on the disorder.One feature sets this book apart from other stories about type-one manic depression: the fascinating and insightfully detailed descriptions of the author's manic episodes.
Agents In My Brain is essential reading for anyone who has experienced or witnessed type-one manic depression.