HUMPTY - The Rest of the Story: An Allegorical Look at Bipolar Disorder for Adolescents

It is tough to find material on Bipolar Disorder everybody can understand, not targeting the clinical professional This book is written for the age range of nine years old and up, with adolescent children in mind, their parents, and caregivers In an adult world, children have a tough time understanding their Bipolar disease The disease is confusing at best and holds witIt is tough to find material on Bipolar Disorder everybody can understand, not targeting the clinical professional This book is written for the age range of nine years old and up, with adolescent children in mind, their parents, and caregivers In an adult world, children have a tough time understanding their Bipolar disease The disease is confusing at best and holds within it a host of symptoms that feel and seem normal or familiar to an afflicted child Children are too often diagnosed after a crisis that gets everyone s attention such as a suicide attempt, or an appalling behavior It is our hope, at Peacock Publishing Canada, this book will help lots of people to understand the disease Children, Parents, Teachers, and Therapists, and support those who are diagnosed with a disorder nobody wants We wish you the best on your journey.
HUMPTY The Rest of the Story An Allegorical Look at Bipolar Disorder for Adolescents It is tough to find material on Bipolar Disorder everybody can understand not targeting the clinical professional This book is written for the age range of nine years old and up with adolescent chil

  • Title: HUMPTY - The Rest of the Story: An Allegorical Look at Bipolar Disorder for Adolescents
  • Author: Peacock Publishing Canada Mary Anderson Lee
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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