Tired of being at the mercy of bipolar disorder, never knowing
when your next episode will come ... or what other horrible things
your disorder will make you do or say?
"Do You Know The 7 Secrets Of Living With Bipolar Disorder For 2013?"
If You're Tired of Letting Bipolar Disorder Boss You Around and Ruin Every Aspect of Your Life, Keep Reading to Discover How to Free Yourself from the Grip of This Hideous Disorder
FR: David Oliver
RE: The Truth About Mastering Bipolar Disorder
If you're like most people who are struggling to come to grips with their bipolar disorder diagnosis and the huge impact the disorder has on every aspect of your life, you're probably:
Sound familiar? You're not alone. Most people who have bipolar disorder suffer from these fears (and more) when they are in the early stages of dealing with their disorder.
And if you're tired of feeling worried, scared, frustrated and mad, there's good news.
I Can Help.
Hi, my name is David Oliver. I'm the founder of BipolarCentral.com, an online resource center for people with bipolar disorder and their supporters.
My mom has had bipolar disorder since she was a teen. I've been her primary supporter since 2004, when she had the worst bipolar episode of her life.
In a matter of weeks, she went from having a great job, paying her bills on time, having extra money on hand, being surrounded by lots of good friends, and have close relationships with our family ... to skipping work (and losing her job) ... racking up $30,000+ in debt ... yelling and screaming at everyone, every day ... and alienating most of our relatives (including my older brother) and her friends.
One day, she'd be happy. The next day, she'd be sad. For a few hours, she'd be the life of the party, all bubbly and full of energy. Then she'd sink into a deep depression and go to bed for days.
I knew that there was something wrong with her. But I didn't know what. And because she and her parents made so many mistakes managing her bipolar early on -- especially in the first 2 or 3 years after she was diagnosed – my family didn't know how to help her.
I finally convinced my dad that he HAD to tell me what illness she had. He called it "manic depression." Can you imagine – we were so out of touch with the latest treatments and research about bipolar disorder that we didn't even know the right name for her disorder!
I share this with you because I want you to know that I UNDERSTAND YOUR SITUATION. I've seen firsthand how bipolar disorder can destroy lives and relationships. I've learned through years of expensive and painful experience what it takes to go from being controlled by bipolar disorder ... to living with the disorder successfully. I've seen how much fear and suffering it causes for the people who have this dreaded disorder.
And I don't want you to suffer the way that my mom and family has.
That's why I'm writing.
Discover the 7 Most Important Secrets for Living with Bipolar Disorder
I've written a special handbook for people just like you – people who have recently been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and now are wondering "Now what?" People who've been living with the disorder for awhile, but who haven't gotten their bipolar disorder under control enough to live even a remotely normal life.
7 Secrets to Living with Bipolar Disorder (That You Probably Don't Know) is a 96-page guide that delivers the most powerful and helpful information you need to begin getting your bipolar disorder under control.
I discovered all of these secrets back when my mom was so sick. Things were so bad – and my dad and brother were in so much denial – that I literally had no choice but to quit working so I could take care of her. Figuring out what was wrong with her – and then figuring out how to help her – became my full-time job for 9 long months.
I started with the library, getting my hands on every book that's ever been published on bipolar disorder. To tell you the truth, this really wasn't helpful, because most books talk about WHY you get bipolar disorder, not how to cope with it.
So I started investigating other sources of information. I read articles, college textbooks, and similar materials. I started interviewing doctors, therapists, hospital workers, social workers, and bipolar individuals. I attended support groups and started compiling information, making notes, and creating checklists. My main goal was to get my mom better – and to NEVER repeat what was happening.
By the time I was done, I had accumulated a body of information that rivals the top medical libraries in the world. I discovered information that most people with bipolar disorder (and many of their doctors too, to be perfectly honest) don't even know exists.
The information I discovered changed our lives. My mom got so bad she was non-functional. Not only was she yelling and screaming constantly, she was also lying and racking up huge amounts of debt on her charge cards. She lost her job and alienated her friends.
Today, she's one of the highest-functioning people with bipolar disorder that I know. (And I've met tens of thousands of people with this disorder, so that says a lot.)
Her mood is stable. And she knows how to spot an episode that's coming on and get the help she needs to minimize its severity. She works part time, has paid off most of her debt, and has rebuilt loving relationships with her friends and relatives.
When I saw how much I had learned that even most medical professionals don't understand – and how powerful this information is – I knew I had to share it with the world. That's when I launched bipolarcentral.com.
Once people started seeing results from the system I had created for managing bipolar, word spread quickly. Pretty soon I was getting more than 30 phone calls a day from people who wanted help managing their or their loved one's bipolar disorder. My email filled up each day to the point my server couldn't handle any more messages.
Over the past few years, I've listened carefully as people with bipolar disorder tell me how they manage their disorder. I've watched carefully as they've implemented my system. And I've identified the 7 most important and effective strategies you need to do to get yourself on the road to recovery and stability.
That's what you get when you claim your personal copy of 7 Secrets to Living with Bipolar Disorder.
See for yourself what you'll learn.
The 56 Top Lessons You'll Learn
I've packed this helpful handful with the most pertinent information you need to achieve stability with your bipolar disorder. The lessons you'll learn in this one-of-a-kind resource can make the difference between being able to live a full and rich life ... and merely existing.
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What's It Worth To Get Your Life Back?
It took me close to six months of full-time research to unearth all of the secrets and strategies you get in 7 Secrets to Living with Bipolar Disorder.
And it took an extra 12 months after that to figure out which of the strategies I learned during my massive research would be the most important ones to use when first starting your recovery from bipolar disorder.
When I factor in the amount of time I took off from running my business ... the number of books I had to buy ... the number of doctors and other bipolar experts I had to pay to interview, well, the cost to compile this information is astronomical. I'd conservatively estimate that I've spent at least $150,000 on bipolar research since 2003.
Don't get me wrong. I'm not telling you this because I want you to feel sorry for me. I know that I am really fortunate that I was able to invest this kind of time and money into helping my mom. You really can't put a price on the value of helping someone you love get their life back to "normal."
But you already know that, don't you? Wouldn't you invest whatever it takes ... and spend as much time as you have to if it means finally breaking the chokehold that bipolar disorder has on your life?
Of course you would.
But I also know that you might have a limited amount of money to invest in resources right now. You're probably overwhelmed by the doctors' bills, medication costs, and unpaid time you've had to take from work to attend all of your appointments. Heck, you may have even lost your job because of your bipolar disorder.
Don't Decide Now...
Your Investment Is Backed by an Iron-Clad, 100%, 120-Day, Total-Satisfaction-or-Your-Money-Back Guarantee
If you decide to keep it, take the next 120 days to go through every bit of information I've included in 7 Secrets to Living with Bipolar Disorder. Take notes, and test some of the strategies and techniques for yourself.
If you don't agree that 7 Secrets to Living with Bipolar Disorder gives you the blueprint you need to get started on the road to reliable, steady recovery, I demand that you send it back for a total refund of your investment (less Shipping & Handling).
You can even keep the free gifts as a thank you for giving the course a try.
~ David Oliver, author of The Bipolar Mastery System
But don't just take my word that 7 Secrets to Living with Bipolar Disorder is a smart investment if you're serious about getting your bipolar disorder under control. I have more than 5,000 testimonials on file from people I've helped over the past few years. Here's just handful of the comments I've received about my work helping people cope with bipolar disorder.
|Absolutely YES, your information has helped me
tremendously. I read it ALL faithfully. It may not all apply
to me and my bipolar son but it truly helps to keep me in
the right direction. I print it out for my husband to read
also. We feel we can never have too much information on this
for our own survival. We have gones through a lot of the
same situation you have but only wish we would have know
more at a crucial time when it was at its worse...I recommend
your information to ANYONE going through these difficult
times. You can NEVER get too much information. It is called
survival. You do such a great job in all aspects of this
mental disorder. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. This is the first
time I have actually told you or written explaining how much
it has helped us handle bipolar. I apologize for not writing
sooner. You are doing a fabulous job. KEEP IT UP.
This material and information has been very helpful on a personal level and also on a professional level. Thank you for providing it...Yes, I definately recommend this information to others as being so very, very helpful.
i am bipolar...i would recommend your information to anyone who is bipolar...i recommend people read this so they will understand there are so many other people that suffer the same way and we are surely not faking, why would we possibly want to act like this. I recommend it highly!!!!!
Your source of information helped a lot in the diagnosis of my desease, further more it helps me to gain knowledge which otherwise I wouldn't know where to find.
I am bipolar myself, and your course has helpes me in the sense that I know I'm not alone, and it has given me a few tips for how to deal with my everyday life. The most important lesson, however, is that you're teaching us not to give up, but to come up with solutions. I appreciate that. Keep up your good work.
David is dedicated to helping you understand and deal with bipolar disorder, and is tireless in his efforts. You can only benefit from the information he provides.
Your material on bipolar disorder has helped me tremendously, you have given me a lot of information to work with. Without your positive attitude towards this illness, I would have thought that a person who lives with bipolar would have been helpless. I've learned otherwise. You're helping so many people, please continue this good work of yours!!...I definitely would recommend your information on Bipolar to others, you have a lot of useful information and resources that people could use.
I am a 47 yr. old single mother with Bipolar. I know how difficult it is. I am trying to raisemy 11 yr. old son with who also has Bipolar, ODD, & ADHD. [Your site] is very helpful in explaining just what Bipolar is. You give lots of information that is helpful for someone that has no cue.
–Susan L., OH
I would recommend this information to antone dealing with bipolar...I really do appreciate all of your hard work with the information that you are sending me. I for one really do appreciate thanks.
–Carol, Great Britain
If you have bipolor or you know someone who does, I highly recommend getting your hands on anything David Oliver has out there. He has helped to salvage my relationship with a man who has suffered with bipolar alone for 20 years, and also shown that same man that someone can understand what he goes through. He is not the only one with this problem.
I have learned alot about the disorder and about me. I love the program.
–DeAnn Halverson, AK
It helps in a way...You were the one who put set me up to do it and finally go back into therapie...For years I been in denyle about my this me beeingbipolar... because of Dave Ihave learned more about myself...because of Dave I started to look at bipolar diferently not so much as an illness...AND THAT'S VERY IMPORTAND..BUT MOST OF ALL HE UNSTANDS...HE LIVE'D IT. And he is the person , and I thank him for that, who made me deceide to put every once of energy into my perticulair case...
–Joanna Pluymaeckers, Netherlands
It has been very encouraging and informative...To be able to get information on the subject of manic depression all at one website is invaluable. Reading your story was veryencouraging to me. I have memories from the last two years that I could tell that are very similar. To have at least one other person that has gone through similar experiences helps.
your materials have helped me to better understand my diagnosis.
Anyone who knows firsthand how devastating bipolar & cyclothymic disorder are would truly know its ravaging consequences...as you, David, poignantly know so well! However, highly intelligent, aware, empathic people like yourself, whom have transcended its destruction, are able to conscientise so many, are a godsend, a guiding light of hope & healing to those suffering...Always recommend you, David, so that these disorders may be better IDd; appropriately treated...Sta.
Yes your material is helpful to me. It is a good source of information that I would have a difficult time accessing on theinternet...You are doing a good work and I hope that you continue the work. I would recommend the site to those that I believe would be interested.
All I know is that my son is 14yrs old.I have been to at least 10 counselors with him starting at the age of 2 and no one could tell me what was wrong. Then I got online to try to find out on my own. Had I not ran into your articles I wouldnt be where I am. I was ready to give up. But as I find out that we are bipolar I know I have you to thank. You are A very good inspiration to people. Keep up the good work...had I not read your articles at A time when I was suicidal I may be dead right now. Thanks dave I relly do enjoy your articles.
your information on bipolar disorder has helped me. i would recommend this site on bipolar disorder, it is very helpful.
–Susan, United Kingdom
Your information on bipolar disorder has been VERY helpful to me and my family. You publish information that simply isn't compiled and available anywhere else. I hope you continue this mission...I am also a member of the Bipolar Inner Circle and that information has been extremely beneficial...I have already shared some of your information with my daughter who has a BP father and NOW has discovered that one room mate in her loft is ALSO bipolar. I have been able to help them both because of information I have available to me from Bipolar Central. I have given website links to those who really want to understand the disease and who want do improve their lives by using this information.
Your information has helped me in so many ways. Having no exposure to this illness in the past, your data has helped me understand, and has eased my situation, knowing on what to look out for discribed in your various issues emailed daily to me. Great Job... I would like to thankyou sincerely, your collated data on this topic has helped my situation with my loved one. Continue with your research. You are a saint.
Your material on Bipolar Disorder has helped me tremendously because the information is acurate and I have the freedom of understanding all this at my leisure at home. My theropist gives me only an hour to take in alot of info. So yes, you help so very much. Thank You, [to others:] I recommend Dave's information on Bipolar Disorder as his valuable research has been so helpful in understanding my mental illness.
Your info is very informative and gives alot of insites how to deal and handle the different situations...The work your doing is great and keep it up and it's not a waste of time. You info has helped me deal with my husband...Anyone needing assisting and great insites on Bipolar then David Olivers website is the one to go to has so much to offer and truly helps when your trying to figure out what to do. The articles have benefited myself with how to deal with my husband and the signs to become aware of. So this is the best site for all your needs and info on Bipolar. Keep up the great job
When I stop and look back at the journey my family has been forced to take because of my mom's bipolar disorder, it's very easy to see exactly when we got off the roller coaster and started driving on a smooth road.
The day our fortune turned was the day I stopped listening to only what the doctors, therapists and pharmacists were telling us ... and took a proactive approach to learning as much as I could about bipolar disorder.
The simple fact is ... the more you know about your disorder, the more likely it is that you'll achieve stability – and the faster you'll become stable.
If you don't really care about achieving any regular stability – if you're OK with being at the mercy and whims of this fickle disorder – then stop reading right now.
But if getting your life back to some semblance of normal is important to you, you owe it to yourself, your family and your friends to invest in a copy of 7 Secrets to Living with Bipolar Disorder. You'll discover the 7 most important strategies you need to begin using today to claim your life back.
To your success,
Author, 7 Secrets to Living with Bipolar Disorder
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P.P.P.S Read more of what others have to say:
|I think that your courses are very helpful...This program
may seem at first like a lot of reading, but it is worth it.
You do give good info about bipolar. While I have been dealing with bipolar for a number of years it can help to get a different view on things. I am schizo affective diorder/bipolar type and 2 of my teens (ages 15 and 17) are also bipolar disorder...I would recommend your new letter to others who I would get some good from it.
YES, I WOULD RECOMMEND YOUR INFORMATION TO ANY MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC, IT IS VERY WELL WRITTEN, AND RESEARCHED, AS A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, I AM VERY IMPRESSED!
I think your information is excellent and it has helped me to understand more about this disorder.
I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 month ago - I fought with it all my life, without knowing what it was, no doctor ever told me. I am 66 years old and finally found out. Your information helped me a lot to learn how to deal with it... But the information you sent where very helpful - Thank you!...Good, helpful information. It makes you switch on a light bulb!
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