Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2005
"His verbal abuse got so bad I just avoided him," said Mary J. of her husband, a recently diagnosed bipolar victim. Non-communication was the norm between Mary J. and her husband until she read 70 Signs of Depression: Recognize and Cope with Your Loved One's Clinical or Manic Depression, a new book by Marlee Fisher that provides proven tools for those dealing with a bipolar loved one.
"The non-communication Mary and her husband experienced is all too common," said Fisher, a best selling ghostwriter-turned author and Certified Faculty Member of NAMI (National Alliance For the Mentally Ill). "Typically, bipolar co-victims such as Mary instinctively react to negative behaviors caused by a loved one's bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression. However doing so often only increases the dysfunctional behavior which pushes victims and co-victims even further apart."
Crafted from the hands-on knowledge of thousands of bipolar victims and their family members, 70 Signs of Depression first takes readers into the minds of bipolar sufferers by uncovering the illness' 70 Signs, 4 Emotional Trip Wires and 2 Defense Mechanisms. Then it provides tips, strategies and techniques from these firsthand bipolar experts that readers can immediately use to help themselves and their ill loved ones.
"70 Signs of Depression gave me the step-by-step knowledge, even the words to use, that helped me, my husband and our marriage get back on track," added Mary J. whose full name has been withheld to protect her family's privacy.
Published by Communications Strategies of Newport Beach, CA and offered with a full money back guarantee, 70 Signs of Depression can be safely ordered via the secure SSL server at http://www.Coping-With-Bipolar.com or by calling (800) 713-3088 M-F 9-5 PST.
70 Signs of Depression, ISBN 0-9761470-0-9, can be previewed by downloading an excerpt of the new book at http://www.Coping-With-Bipolar.com/Bipolar.pdf.
This text is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace the assessment, advice or treatment of a physician or therapist.
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