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By New Street Communications, LLC
Erin Callinan's BEAUTIFULLY BIPOLAR provides a riveting, sometimes frightening yet consistently inspiring account of one brave young woman's journey through manic depression.
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By SuzyQHelp
EMPowerplus Q96® providing essential nutrients for brain health in children and adults
12299947
By Biographical Publishing Company
Presented in diary format, it chronicles one full year of my personal life as I struggle toward accepting the fact that I have a lifelong mental illness.
By Greg Smith
This book tells her story and describes strategies used to heal neuroses and narcissism. Once those problems are dealt with, the bipolar person still needs medication in the same way a diabetic person needs insulin.
12182885
By Shelley Whiting
Artist Shelley Whiting paints about her complex identity including her Mormon belief, bipolar disorder, and social anxiety. Multiple series of new works on display this coming First Friday at Warehouse 1005.
12065438
By Strategic Book Group
Bipolar Woman is Touched by the Hands of Destiny in Stirring Novel
12050715
By Shelley Whiting
Artist Shelley Whiting’s upcoming show of autobiographical paintings about bipolar disorder gives a personal, empathetic voice to those struggling with mental illness.
By CNS Healthcare
Screenings Can Change Attitudes and Lives -- Get Yours Today
By WebTeam Corporation
Newly launched iTrackMood is the first of several anticipated apps co-developed by WebTeam Corp and EvoLibri Consulting, designed to track emotional and cognitive states throughout the day.
By LaShon Anthony
DBSA-GC's 13th Annual Symposium is designed for consumers of services, family, friends, and coworkers of persons with mood disorders. There will be an extensive examination of mindful decision making in the process of achieving productive living.

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By New Street Communications, LLC
Joan E. Childs, LCSW, recounts her daughter's brave but ultimately tragic struggle with manic depression, and provides hard-earned insights to benefit all families going through a similar trial.
By Jane Thompson
A young woman with bipolar disorder (manic depression) escapes from Hitler's euthanasia program and starts a battle to shed light on the procedure. She interests those in power, and sheds light on the crime. Later she runs to England, where she..
By School of Flirting
Susan Rabin, who flirted, in bed, with David Letterman on nationwide TV, authors her first novel.
12374102
By New Street Communications, LLC
Erin Callinan's BEAUTIFULLY BIPOLAR provides a riveting, sometimes frightening yet consistently inspiring account of one brave young woman's journey through manic depression.
By Fendos PR
Rogers InHealth unveils new social media resources to help students, families and teachers trying to proactively address mental health challenges.
By NorCal Press
Author Diane Mintz provides unique insight into mental illness from the inside out and the outside in.
12300590
By SuzyQHelp
EMPowerplus Q96® providing essential nutrients for brain health in children and adults
12299947
By Biographical Publishing Company
Presented in diary format, it chronicles one full year of my personal life as I struggle toward accepting the fact that I have a lifelong mental illness.
By Q-Sciences
The ONLY formula with a court approved nutrient claim by Health Canada (Canadian FDA) for mood enhancement.
By Anxiety United
Anxiety United is a new Social Network, Blogging Platform and Resource Centre; with an aim to encouraging people to gain knowledge and to share experiences relating to mental and emotional health issues - symptoms, treatments and medications.
By Kola Films LLC
International Award-Winning Filmmaker Kevin P. Miller pays homage to the thousands who shared personal stories about 'Life on Psychiatric Drugs' after his blockbuster film GENERATION RX
By Greg Smith
This book tells her story and describes strategies used to heal neuroses and narcissism. Once those problems are dealt with, the bipolar person still needs medication in the same way a diabetic person needs insulin.
12182885
By Shelley Whiting
Artist Shelley Whiting paints about her complex identity including her Mormon belief, bipolar disorder, and social anxiety. Multiple series of new works on display this coming First Friday at Warehouse 1005.
By Association for Natural Psychology
The eBook "Meeting the Challenge of Bipolar Disorder: Self Help Strategies that Work!" by the Association for Natural Psychology, edited by Gabrielle Woods, PhD and Foreword by Laura Pipoly, PC EdD, available on Kindle.
By Citizens Commission on Human Rights International
The mental health watchdog CCHR announces the latest article by investigative journalist Kelly Patricia O'Meara, which questions whether the motion picture industry has become the newest outlet for pharmaceutical product advertising.
12065438
By Strategic Book Group
Bipolar Woman is Touched by the Hands of Destiny in Stirring Novel
12050715
By Shelley Whiting
Artist Shelley Whiting’s upcoming show of autobiographical paintings about bipolar disorder gives a personal, empathetic voice to those struggling with mental illness.
By Association for Youth Children Natural Psychology
Exercise as a natural cure for bipolar disorder: It is well known that exercise is an effective natural cure for mild to moderate depression. However, exercise also helps bipolar disorder.
By CNS Healthcare
Screenings Can Change Attitudes and Lives -- Get Yours Today
By WebTeam Corporation
Newly launched iTrackMood is the first of several anticipated apps co-developed by WebTeam Corp and EvoLibri Consulting, designed to track emotional and cognitive states throughout the day.
By Dream of Things
"Leaving the Hall Light On" by Madeline Sharples is now available in a trade paperback edition from Dream of Things. Previously available only in hard cover, this moving memoir focuses on surviving every family's worst nightmare.
By Entourage Publishing
When writer Laura Dennis descended into madness, believing she was a spy for the Illuminati who had inadvertently engineered 9/11, she had her family scrambling to support her, and to find answers.
By www.shareyourblues.com
If we were to accept a 20% cut in mental health services, it would be the equivalent of 496 Cities in PA which don't get mental health services. Isn't it hard enough to be impoverished, without health care, and living in desperation.
By Bipolart
A new website has launched, providing a platform for those who have had their lives touched by bipolar and other disorders to share artistic creations
By Adrienne Bashista
32 Parent-Writers Share Struggle with Children’s Mental Illness, Disabilities, Behavior Challenges in New Book: Easy To Love But Hard To Raise: Real Parents, Challenging Kids, True Stories
By LaShon Anthony
DBSA-GC's 13th Annual Symposium is designed for consumers of services, family, friends, and coworkers of persons with mood disorders. There will be an extensive examination of mindful decision making in the process of achieving productive living.
By BookBuzz.net
Closing the Chasm is a collection of letters written to Dr. Diven’s eldest son, Matt, that each portray an event or events or a discussion of events.
By Chipmunkapublishing
The Mental Health Publisher hosts an all-day seminar on living with mental illness Jason Pegler, CEO of Chipmunkapublishing, a publishing house dedicated to mental health literature, has recently announced the launch of a special day-long seminar.
By Church Basement Press
Paul Komarek’s new book Defying Mental Illness is the first to bring the techniques of mental illness recovery to general audiences.
By Strategic Book Group
Against All Odds is a fascinating, morbid, yet humorous account of a young woman’s journey to deal with the skeletons in her closet.

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