Break free from your bipolar I and II symptoms forever with 20 tools that actually work!
Discover how to finally overcome your symptoms of bipolar I and II for good, so that you can have stable moods for life and can achieve anything you have ever dreamed of!
My name is Alice Lane, and I am a bipolar disorder survivor. I know that's a bold statement, but I can confidently say that because I've personally achieved stable moods with the information I'm sharing with you in this book.
This is not another book about bipolar disorder that simply tells you what bipolar is, reinforces that you are suffering from manic depression, and defines the types (bipolar I, bipolar II, cyclothymic disorder, rapid cycling, and mixed states). This is also not a book that tells you why it happens without actually telling you what you can do about it. This is a solutions book.
These 20 tools changed my life.
Since I was diagnosed, I have dedicated more than seven years of my life to finding a way to be rid of bipolar disorder for good by reading everything under the sun about bipolar disorder and about how I can beat this ugly thing they call bipolar disorder. And after so much pain and a tremendous amount of trial and error, I am so happy and excited to share with you 20 tools that really do work. They worked for me, and I truly believe that they will work for you, too, if you just try them.
Here's just a few of the results I've experienced because of the 20 tools listed in this book:
I haven't suffered with mania, depression, or anxiety in more than six years.
I went from not being able to sleep for days to having a peaceful and regular sleep schedule.
I went from being alone due to fear of hurting someone because I am bipolar to attracting an incredible relationship.
I figured out all the things that drastically changed my moods and completely eliminated them.
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Worthwhile read for anyone struggling with bipolar
- Mark Charleston