Author Brett Stevens’s new book “Crossing Back Over: The Practice of Owning and Accepting Bipolar Disorder” details his ongoing battle with this life-changing diagnosis

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Recent release “Crossing Back Over: The Practice of Owning and Accepting Bipolar Disorder” from Page Publishing author Brett Stevens is a compelling first-person account detailing Brett’s battle with depression, anxiety, loss of independence, and what it takes to find a happy life while living with bipolar disorder.

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Brett Stevens is a college graduate, amateur chess competitor, and blogger who despite the challenges of his disorder has found success in three separate careers: professional poker, health club sales administration, and most recently, real estate. He has completed his new book “Crossing Back Over: The Practice of Owning and Accepting Bipolar Disorder”: an invaluable resource for anyone facing a daunting personal obstacle.

Brett’s most recent manic episode has derailed him from life as the director of operations at a prominent software start-up in Texas. He is now at home, fully dependent on his mother, and officially diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Brett is terrified. He has no guarantees on his long-term health, no understanding of how his medication works and is still dealing with hell-like anxiety, restlessness, mania, and depression.

“Crossing Back Over: The Practice of Owning and Accepting Bipolar Disorder” details Brett’s battle with taming the beast that is bipolar. Written in the same style as part 1 of his story, “Crossover: A Look inside a Manic Mind, Crossing Back Over” sheds light on what true recovery looks and feels like from a firsthand account.

No matter the environment, recovering from a serious event takes hard work, discipline, patience, and acceptance. “Crossing Back Over” allows the reader to peek behind the curtain of an individual determined to find a happy life, even with his chronic brain disorder. This book is valuable for anyone who is facing a deeply personal challenge.

Published by Page Publishing, Brett Stevens’s engrossing account offers a candid, first-person perspective on all aspects of living and thriving with bipolar disorder.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Crossing Back Over: The Practice of Owning and Accepting Bipolar Disorder” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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