Tallahassee, FL (PRWEB) December 17, 2009
For now, there is no cure for bipolar disorder. But bipolar disorder can be managed. Persons with bipolar disorder can live happy, productive, and yes, very successful lives.
Medication and therapy are necessary, and usually successful, components of managing bipolar disorder. However, the bottom line is that people with bipolar disorder have to do all the real work themselves. The Bipolar Toolkit provides effective, valuable and simple tools to make the job easier.
The Bipolar Toolkit outlines three easy to understand and easy to implement tools designed to build self-awareness, provide an early warning system for the on-set of a mood swing, and minimize the potentially destructive consequences of a manic or depressive episode. Created by Sarah Freeman, the Toolit organizes the tools in a logical and intuitive way and provides guidance on using all three together to develop a highly individualized and practical stay well plan. The tools have been compiled based on the latest instruments developed by leading international mental health organizations.
The new Bipolar Toolkit is free and available for download in Adobe Acrobat PDF format at http://www.bipolar-lives.com/bipolar-treatments.html - no registration or personal information necessary – just click and download.
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