Book Review: The Bipolar Disorder Workbook: Powerful Tools and Practical Resources for Bipolar II and Cyclothymia by Peter Forster MD and Gina Gregory LCSW

The Bipolar Disorder Workbook: Powerful Tools and Practical Resources for Bipolar II and Cyclothymia  by Peter Forster MD and Gina Gregory LCSW

Available October 9, 2018

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The Bipolar Disorder Workbook: Powerful Tools and Practical Resources for Bipolar II and Cyclothymia by Peter Forster MD and Gina Gregory LCSW is written to help people with Bipolar Disorder II and Cyclothymia.

Our family has dealt with Bipolar Disorder and PTSD.  We were unaware of Bipolar II until we were sent this book for review. This book was very eye-opening.

This book does not condemn medications at all.  However, it does offer some ideas to help either supplement the use of medication or to help make it unnecessary.

We suggest The Bipolar Disorder Workbook for anyone who may be suffering from the condition.  We also suggest it for family members or others who are concerned with the well-being of someone who does have it.

We give The Bipolar Disorder Workbook all five stars.  We think you will, too.

We were sent a complimentary copy of this book.  We are under no obligation to write any review, positive or negative.

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