"Do You Know Everything You Need To Know To Support A Child Or Adolescent With Bipolar Disorder?"

Dear Friend,

If you are supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder, then this may be the most important letter that you have ever read.

If you're not sure that you know everything there is to know about supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder, then you are not the only one.

Many other families have the same problem. They have questions, but there is so little information out there, that they have been unable to get their questions answered!

The shocking truth about supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder is that most (if not all) of what you should be told about it, you're not being told!

Nevertheless, just as there are secrets to being a good parent, there are secrets to supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder.

I have written this e-guide for you so that you could get all the information you need to know about supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder, and so that you could learn these secrets.

Many parents of children and adolescents have talked to me or written to me that they have questions about supporting their child that their children's doctor never talked to them about.

Don't feel that you are alone if you've had the same experience!

I had one parent tell me that, apparently, when she saw the doctor the first time, he told her very little about her child's condition. In fact, he didn't even want to diagnose her child, telling her that her son was "too young" to have bipolar disorder!

He eventually gave in after he realized that the mother had done some research about pediatric (early-onset) bipolar disorder, and finally made the diagnosis.

Then he just gave her some brochures about bipolar disorder, and quickly ushered her out of his office.

Since this was the first time she had been to the doctor about her child, this mother was intimidated, and afraid to ask questions. She wouldn't have known what questions to ask even if she could!

You may have run across the same thing. Maybe your child's doctor was reluctant to diagnose your child and gave you a brochure or pamphlet on bipolar disorder, but didn't tell you much else.

Or maybe they were cooperative, but didn't tell you how much different pediatric bipolar disorder is from adult bipolar disorder.

There really isn't much a doctor or psychiatrist can do in a short period of time. They may even have been rushed, and didn't think to tell you about some of the questions that other parents have asked - just the basics about bipolar disorder in general.

In the case of the mother I told you about, she didn't even know what she should have asked the doctor about her child, or what he should have told her. There were so many things she had to learn the VERY hard way.

One of the Biggest Questions

One of the biggest questions I've received is, "Is this behavior the bipolar disorder or just my child?"

Many people who have children or adolescents with bipolar disorder just don't know the answer to that question for sure.

Neither do therapists, psychiatrists, doctors, and many other experts.

It's sort of a question of "trial and error," as they will tell you that each child is different.

But first you have to be able to talk about it, and many parents who have children or adolescents with bipolar disorder haven't had doctors, psychiatrists or therapists who are familiar or experienced with pediatric (early-onset) bipolar disorder.

And that's the truth!

I've talked to or been emailed by MANY parents supporting a child or adolescent with pediatric bipolar disorder who told me that very same thing!

Others told me that they either a) didn't even know to ask this question about their child and bipolar disorder, or b) were afraid to ask this question about their child and bipolar disorder.

Many just assumed they were already supposed to know about it.

Others were embarrassed to admit that they didn't know about it.

But there are certain things that everyone supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder MUST know.

You May Have Thought "I Should Already Know"

If you have been around the "bipolar block," so to speak, you may have assumed that everyone who is supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder already knows everything they need to know about it.

You probably assumed that they at least know more than you do.

You may have thought that their doctors discussed all their questions with them, even though your doctor maybe didn't discuss your questions with you.

You may have thought, "I should already know everything I need to know about supporting my child with bipolar disorder."

Or maybe you were too embarrassed to admit that you don't know everything you wanted to know about the subject.

Maybe you're too afraid to ask the questions you want to know about the subject.

I have been to many support groups where someone asked the expert or doctor about everything having to do with bipolar disorder, but none of them had CHILDREN OR ADOLESCENTS with bipolar disorder! So all they talked about were adults with the disorder.

It's almost like NO ONE wants to believe that children or adolescents can even HAVE bipolar disorder!

Or, even if the doctor or expert were asked about children having bipolar disorder, they would probably say something like, "I'm not qualified to answer that," or "There is still debate on that question."

But you know better than that expert, don't you?

You KNOW that your child or adolescent DOES have bipolar disorder.

But you also know that there are still things you need to know about supporting that child or adolescent with bipolar disorder and somebody needs to tell you!

How The Answer Came To Me

Actually, coming up with the answer was easier than I thought.

I thought about ALL the people I had talked to or had talked to me or emailed me with questions about pediatric (early-onset) bipolar disorder or wanting to know things about it and supporting a child or adolescent with it.

Pretty much everyone I talked to or who emailed me told me the same thing - that their doctor never told them the answers, or they didn't know to ask, or were afraid to ask questions.

Then, when I talked to that mother I told you about earlier, and found out how hard it was to get her child even diagnosed, I understood! And how she was treated by that doctor…and that she had questions then that she didn't have the answers to and had to find out the hard way…

Well, I thought everyone should have this important information!

So then I came up with an idea.

I would take all the questions that every parent (or other supporter) had told me they wanted the answer to but hadn't gotten from their doctor…

Every question they weren't able to find in a book…

Every bit of information they were seeking about how to support a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder…

And I would record it and put it all in one place.

The good news is that I have put every bit of information in this e-guide that you can read for yourself, that will give you easy access to all this information, so that you can get all the answers you've been searching for!

You'll Never Find All This Information In One Place Anywhere

The information in 7 Secrets To Supporting A Child Or Adolescent With Bipolar Disorder comes from other parents and supporters just like you, who had to learn things the hard way so you don't have to.

These come from real people and their experiences, from the front line of the battle against pediatric (early-onset) bipolar disorder.

You might have been able to find out a little of this information on your own, although books on this subject are hard to find. You may have experienced some of it yourself.

But you will never find this much information about supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder all in one place.

You're going to be amazed at how much information is in this easy-to-read guide. Not in the "doctor-speak" your doctor may have used if you did talk to him about your child's condition, but in the simple language we can all understand.

In this guide, you'll learn the answer to one of the most frequently asked questions about supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder: What information do I need to know to support my child (but haven't been told or didn't know to ask)?

You see, you may have many questions about this topic that have gone unanswered. And they don't write a lot about pediatric (early-onset) bipolar disorder in books or magazines that will help you, either.

Trust me. I have put in many, many man hours of research for you, to give you the most up-to-date and accurate information in this guide. I didn't just depend on other peoples' experiences. I backed it up with facts. Because you NEED this information!

You probably have so many questions!

But the worst question might be, "Is this my fault?" And no one should have to live with that question on their minds.

To find out how to deal with this question, as well as all the others, I put all the information you need to know about supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder in one place, and answered all your questions, as well as the questions you wish you had asked your doctor.

I have used my own experiences about my mother, as well as those from other people, so you could benefit from their experiences as well.

And I have used the many, many hours of research I told you I put into this guide for you.

Some of the things you'll learn in this guide are:

  • You are in a war against bipolar disorder

  • Understanding who the real enemy is

  • What bipolar disorder is (and what it is NOT)

  • When does pediatric bipolar disorder first emerge?

  • What common disorder is usually diagnosed instead of bipolar disorder

  • Manic symptoms in a child

  • Depressive symptoms in a child

  • How these symptoms differ in an adolescent

  • Is it your child or is it the bipolar disorder?

  • How pediatric bipolar disorder is different from adult bipolar disorder

  • 16 reported behaviors of children with pediatric bipolar disorder

  • Causes of pediatric bipolar disorder

  • Is bipolar disorder a "real" illness?

  • Early-onset bipolar disorder statistics (I bet you don't know these)

  • How to find the right doctor for your child

  • Are you smarter than the doctor when it comes to your child?

  • The "perfect child" syndrome at the doctor's office vs. home

  • Michele's story about her son and problems with getting him diagnosed

  • Is your family doctor the best doctor for your child?

  • 5 reasons why your doctor may not be able to help your child

  • What a "cookie cutter" doctor is (and why you don't want one)

  • Who are the "Triangle of Professionals"? (and how do they help your child?)

  • Why you should take notes on your child's behavior

  • 8 characteristics to keep in mind when choosing a doctor for your child

  • Why you should get involved in your child's treatment (and 2 personal stories to illustrate why - don't make the mistakes these people made!)

  • The 5-95 Rule (what's that?) and how it applies to your child and their treatment

  • What your doctor and a teacher have in common

  • 13 specific questions to ask your child's doctor

  • 12-point checklist to make sure the doctor is doing a good job

  • Why a signed Medical Release is so important (don't let what happened to Monica happen
    to you!)

  • The biggest excuse children give for not wanting to take their medication

  • 11 common, minor side effects of bipolar medication

  • 12 ways to cope with side effects of medication

  • Types of treatment for pediatric bipolar disorder (and 6 factors that complicate it)

  • How your child or adolescent might lie and manipulate you

  • 10 reasons why your adolescent might lie to you

  • 8 ways your adolescent might lie to you

  • How bipolar disorder is an expensive disorder (and what you can do about it)

  • My own mom's case of excessive debt

  • Ways to get your child's medication and treatment if you don't have insurance

  • 5 suggestions to make money quickly if you need it for your child's treatment

  • 5 long-term solutions to make money for your child's care

  • Strategies and systems that will need to change along the way

  • How things change from child to adolescent

  • Medication changes may need to be made

  • Will your child or adolescent outgrow their pediatric bipolar disorder?

  • What is the "Stockdale Paradox?" (and how it relates to bipolar disorder)

  • How to "plan for the worst but hope for the best."

  • What does the boogie-man have to do with bipolar disorder?

  • The Bipolar Safety Plans and how they can be CRUCIAL for your child or adolescent

  • What happens when bipolar disorder changes

  • How a mood chart can help (and where to find one)

  • 14 ways to help your child or adolescent

  • What do hormones have to do with bipolar disorder?

  • Is it your child or is it their bipolar disorder?

  • Is it YOUR fault?

  • Your role in your child's treatment

  • 10 ways to calm your child down

  • How to tell your child that they have bipolar disorder (you'll love these 6 ways)

  • "AM vs. HAVE" - what does that mean?

  • Education and your child

  • …and more!

You'll find so much information that you just won't believe that nobody has ever told it to you before!

Who Is This For?

This is primarily written for you, the person supporting the child or adolescent with bipolar disorder.

However, you will, of course, want to share it with your spouse.

But there may also be parts that you will want to go over with your child, or even some that you will want your teenager to read for themselves.

You may be thinking, "I don't need to know this information." That's so far from the truth. See, you do! Every new bit of information you learn will only help you and your situation.

You may be thinking, "I already know what I need to know." But are you sure? Every bit of new information you learn will only help your child or adolescent. And isn't that who you're concerned about in the first place?

I guarantee you don't know everything you need to know about supporting a child or adolescent with bipolar disorder. I haven't met one person who is doing it that knows all that is in this guide and can't learn something really critical.

Ok, Dave, So What Is This All Going To Cost Me?

First of all, I want you to change your mind about the word "cost," and think instead of "investment."

It's an investment that is going to SAVE you money. How much is your child's bipolar disorder costing you being unstable and not well? I know it's a TON. How do I know? I went through it when I took care of my mother.

Is your child's bipolar disorder affecting you in an adverse way? Is their medication working for them? Or have you had to change medications several times, each time costing you more money? When you've wanted to talk to your child's doctor about things, has he/she been available to you, or has it cost you too much money to see him/her? Are you able to work, or are you having to take too much time off? Or has your child's pediatric bipolar disorder already cost you your job? Are you paying your bills? All these things cost you something.

This report will be invaluable to you so that you can learn the 7 Secrets To Supporting A Child Or Adolescent With Bipolar Disorder. It will answer those questions for which you've been wanting to know the answers.

How much is that worth to you? All I ask is you invest $59.95 for it. This allows me to continue marketing this website so I connect with and hopefully help others who are in need of this vital knowledge and information. I want to save lives.

If you decide to keep the guide, take the next 90 days to go through every bit of information I've included in 7 Secrets to Supporting A Child Or Adolescent With Bipolar Disorder. Take notes, and practice some of the practical suggestions offered in the guide to support your child or adolescent with bipolar disorder.

If you don't agree that 7 Secrets To Supporting A Child Or Adolescent With Bipolar Disorder gives you all the information you need to know about supporting your child or adolescent with bipolar disorder and answers the questions you've been wanting to ask (even the ones your doctor didn't answer or you forgot to ask him/her), I demand that you ask for your money back.


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