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The Missing Pieces Of The Bipolar Puzzle

Day 314/February 24 - Playing PuzzleYou cannot fully understand bipolar until you see the whole picture. This video shows the pieces that are missing in most descriptions. For those of you who have seen the video along with the article “The Shocking Truth About Recovery From Bipolar Disorder” you can skip forward in this video to about 3:15.

The first few minutes repeat the study by the National Institute of Mental Health so those who have not seen the previous video can understand the context. The video is part of a much longer video available at http://www.bipolaradvantage.com as a part of the free online concepts course.

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The Missing Pieces Of The Bipolar Puzzle


Tom Wootton

Tom Wootton - see on YouTube, follow on Twitter, or Facebook - is CEO of Bipolar Advantage. Along with experts in complementary fields, including doctors teaching the next generation of therapists, their mission is to help people with mental conditions shift their thinking and behavior so that they can lead extraordinary lives. Tom is the author of three books: The Bipolar Advantage, The Depression Advantage, and Bipolar In Order: Looking At Depression, Mania, Hallucination, And Delusion From The Other Side.


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Wootton, T. (2012). The Missing Pieces Of The Bipolar Puzzle. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 18, 2019, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/bipolar-advantage/2012/02/the-missing-pieces-of-the-bipolar-puzzle/

 

Last updated: 29 Feb 2012
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