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Written in an easy-to-navigate question-and-answer format, this useful and compassionate guide explores and explains absolutely everything that someone with bipolar disorder (and those who love them) needs to know: from how to recognize the symptoms to how to deal with stigma in the workplace. Drawing on a broad range of expert opinion, the very latest research, numerous real-life voices, and their own personal experience of bipolar in their family, Sarah Owen and Amanda Saunders offer practical advice and emotional support to inform and empower anyone whose life has ever been touched by bipolar disorder.
Sarah Owen has been a health journalist for U.K. newspapers and glossy magazines, such as Psychologies and Cosmopolitan, for 14 years. Amanda Saunders has worked as an editor and writer for The National Childbirth Trust in the U.K. for the last 11 years. They both live in London.