Knowledgebase : Bipolar Disorder
Some people find support groups a wonderful resource, but there are pitfalls to any support group. It is vital to know the dynamics which exist in each and every support group. The Bipolar Master Supporter Course delves extensively into the heart of support groups and their true benefits. The course also tells you how to know a good support group from a bad one, and even includes a checklist of what every support group should offer. To order this course, follow this link:
http://www.bipolarsupporter.com/supporterreport/

If you have bipolar disorder and want to join a support group as part of your therapy, there are things you must know to avoid being led down a path that might produce an episode. The Bipolar Master Success Course details what to look for in a support group and how to avoid a bad experience, possibly bad enough to trigger an episode. To get this information and much more, follow this link:
http://www.survivebipolar.net/survivorreport/
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He can, however, answer NON-medical or NON-legal questions one-on-one.

There are two ways for you to be able to speak with David. If you purchase one of his informative, in-depth courses, one of the FREE Bonus Gifts is a certificate that entitles you to a one on one session with David. If you would like to speak with him and have already used your bonus certificate or are unable to purchase a course at this time, you may still buy a certificate for a one on one counseling session with David.

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Coping with bipolar disorder is not an easy affair. Finding the right doctors, being administered the right medications, making the appropriate lifestyle changes to minimize mood disturbances, and keeping your supporters up to date are all part of maintaining stability, but there are many other facets to being stable. The best, fastest, and most effective way to learn how to manage all of the areas bipolar affects are detailed in our course “Bipolar Success Master Course.” This course teaches everything needed to be a successful person with bipolar disorder. To order this groundbreaking course, please follow this link:
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Coping with your child’s bipolar disorder takes more than patience. It takes skill. These skills can be learned by investing in the course “The Bipolar Supporter's Course — Children and Teenager Edition.” This course outlines in concise, easy to understand language how bipolar disorder affects children and teenagers differently from adults. It offers helpful, matter–of–fact advice for those who are at their wit’s end with their child’s or teen’s behavior. This investment in your child’s or teen’s mental health and future stability will be one of the most important contributions you can make towards their progression to wellness. To order this must–have course, please visit the following link:
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Coping with bipolar disorder is not easy for the person with the disorder, and it is most definitely difficult for anyone who supports them as well. While you may feel you are at your wit’s end, help is available and it can be found by following this link:
http://www.bipolarsupporter.com/supporterreport/

This course is essential for anyone who wants to be a successful supporter of someone with bipolar disorder. It offers concise, detailed information broken down into manageable tasks which can place your loved one on the right road to recovery.
Just like any other profession, there are good doctors and therapists and then there are bad ones. Getting a good doctor and therapist is not an easy task, and it is easy to become overwhelmed by the lengthy Yellow Pages columns listing name after name with an incomprehensible string of initials behind it. The “Bipolar Master Supporter’s Course" tells you an easy, sure–fire way to find a great doctor and a great therapist for your loved one, and all you have to do is check your mailbox to find them. Follow this link to find out how to find the best doctor and therapist for your loved one:
http://www.bipolarsupporter.com/supporterreport/
We do not have a list of local support groups. I don't believe that one can really build such a list because many of the "good” support groups are really small and don't advertise. I believe that people should find the local support groups by using a number of different methods I teach in my FREE Report at www.bipolarcentral.com/offers.php
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If you suspect that you may have Bipolar Disorder, a good doctor or therapist will be invaluable. To find out about our informative and helpful courses, interviews, and CDs, visit our catalog page at www.bipolarcentralcatalog.com
Considering the incredible stigma associated with mental illness in our society, it is natural to be apprehensive about telling others you have a mental illness such as bipolar disorder. Newsstands are overflowing with negative portrayals of people, even celebrities, with mental illness and the horrific acts that sometimes follow a breakdown or an episode. Educating others about your illness is the best way to help end the stigma against mental health and also help others who deal with you on an interpersonal level understand you and your needs. We have an educational pamphlet, “Everything You Want to Know About Bipolar Disorder . . . But Are Too Afraid, or Too Angry, To Ask” available in lots of five, twelve, or more. To order a set, visit this link:
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Please call 1-800-Suicide or 1-800-784-2433 IMMEDIATELY for the care and assistance you need.
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I don't believe there can be one great source listing all the great doctors or therapists. I believe you have to find them for yourself using a system. I have written about this system in a FREE Special Report you can get when you get either the Bipolar Supporter Course for Adolescents or the adult course OR when you buy my Bipolar Success Course. For more information on these and all our great products, visit: www.bipolarcentralcatalog.com
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Please call 911 OR 1-800-Suicide OR 1-800-784-2433 IMMEDIATELY
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If you situation is an emergency, please call 1-800-784-2433 IMMEDIATELY! They can help you.
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The decision to tell a future spouse or other loved one is a difficult one and it is a decision that cannot be unmade. This course also helps you decide whether or not to tell others, such as employers, about your Bipolar Disorder. We offer a course dedicated to this sensitive subject, which can be ordered by following the link below:
http://www.survivebipolar.net/survivorreport/
First of all, do not feel guilty for wanting out of a relationship with someone who exhibits unpredictable emotional extremes. Living with an untreated, undiagnosed person with Bipolar Disorder is exhausting and eventually wears you down to the point where you cannot even help yourself, much less your loved one. The course “How To Handle Divorce When You Are Dealing With Bipolar” is written to help you decide if the relationship is worth staying in, and it gives you constructive, concrete examples of what to do if the relationship must end. To order this book, follow this link:
http://www.bipolarcentral.com/bipolardivorce/
The quickest, and most effective, method of taming the emotional extremes your loved one unleashes upon you or the extremes you experience with your own moods is prescription medication. Only a doctor or psychiatrist (preferably a psychiatrist), can decide what medicines will be most effective for you or your loved one. Each person is different, even if the symptoms are the same. Just because a medicine worked miracles for someone else you know or heard of does not mean it will do the same wonders for you or your loved one. There is nothing wrong with researching different types and brands of medications approved to treat bipolar disorder. Then talk with your or your loved one’s doctor about them. If the doctor you are speaking to doesn’t listen or care, there is a way to get them to listen, and that way can be found by getting The Master Bipolar Supporter’s Course. To order this course, follow the link below:
http://www.bipolarsupporter.com/supporterreport
For more information, visit www.bipolarcentral.com/bipolardivorce
If a person uses violence or threatens violence against you in any way, you must contact the police, making sure you inform the Dispatcher your loved one is experiencing a bipolar episode which makes them irrational and unpredictable, otherwise your loved one may be look dangerous enough to harm or even kill. After the police arrive, they will probably call your local Crisis Intervention Line, who will usually send a person out to help facilitate getting your loved one to a hospital and getting you help as well. I have success stories of others who survived violence when they dealt with their bipolar spouse or their bipolar boy/girlfriend and now live happy lives with their now–stable loved ones. These uplifting stories are included in The Master Bipolar Supporter’s Course. To order this course, follow the link below:
http://www.bipolarsupporter.com/supporterreport
All threats of suicide should be taken very seriously!

Even if your loved one tries to take it back later by saying they would never actually do it, the mere threat of suicide means they considered it and you need to take action. You should talk to their doctor and therapist immediately.

If your loved one does not have a doctor or therapist, there are community resources such as Crisis Intervention Hotlines which can help.

There is also, in the USA, a national hotline for suicide prevention which can be reached by dialing 1–800–SUICIDE [1 (800) 784–2433]. This hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help both the mental health supporter and/or survivor.

Remember, if a person threatens themselves or another, they need immediate help. As hard as it may be, they might need to be committed or brought in the hospital.

The Masters Bipolar Supporter’s Course describes in detail the steps that need to be taken when someone threatens suicide. To order this course, simply follow this link: http://www.bipolarsupporter.com/supporterreport

Many people with bipolar have what is called a dual disorder – chemical dependency and addiction while also having bipolar disorder. It is important to know the facts about what drinking and drugging can do to your loved one, both physically and emotionally. We offer a course especially for those who are supporting a bipolar addict. This book offers ways to get your loved one help for both the addiction and the bipolar disorder, as well as gives advice on what you realistically can do to improve the situation and get your loved one help. Follow this link to order “How to Beat Drug or Alcohol Addiction While Dealing with Bipolar Disorder:”
http://www.bipolarcentral.com/bipolaraddiction/
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