"How To Get Your Loved One Into Treatment When He/She Doesn't Want To Go OR Thinks They Are 'Fine'"

Dear Friend,

If you are supporting a loved one with bipolar disorder and he/she is not well and refuses to go into treatment, then this letter is going to be a Godsend to you.

If your loved one is unstable and sick and you are trying to get them into treatment, then I know what you are up against.

Years ago, I faced the same problem.  My mom was totally unstable and thought she was "fine." She thought that we were the ones with the problem (my dad, her friends and co-workers, and me).

Eventually she got more and more unstable and had a total breakdown. Despite having a total breakdown, she refused to go into treatment.

We called her psychiatrist, and to my surprise he said there was nothing he could do unless she was suicidal or homicidal. She wasn't either one, but she was out of control. I was shocked that these were the rules. I was really mad as well.

So I basically spent about a month trying all kinds of ways to get her into treatment.

Finally, I invented a technique by accident and I got her to go to the hospital which became the foundation of her recovery.

The Number One Biggest Question

After several years of volunteering and running BipolarCentral.com, the number one biggest question I always hear asked is, "How do I get my loved one to see their doctor [psychiatrist or therapist] when they just won't go?"

Most supporters just don't know what to do. Neither do therapists, psychiatrists, doctors, police, hospital officials, and many other experts. I have been to so many support groups and heard experts say, "There's really nothing you can do to get a loved one into treatment unless they are suicidal or homicidal." This is TOTALLY NOT TRUE.

There are things that can be done.

I've Been Told It's Impossible

If you have been around the "bipolar block," so to speak, and have asked people how to get someone into treatment who doesn't want to go or thinks they are fine, you have probably either been told a) you can't, or b) they must have been seen to hurt themselves or others.

I have been to so many support groups where someone asked the expert or doctor talking about how to get their loved into treatment and the conversation goes something like this: "Well, umm… it's really hard. Are they threatening to commit suicide or to hurt someone else?"

Almost every time the answer is no.

So then the doctor usually says, "Well it's difficult," and then skips over the question quickly because they honestly have no idea.

This is true, but…

There are other ways.

How I Figured Out So Many Ways

First, I invented about seven ways myself, like I was saying. I had to come up with something to get my mom into the hospital in her last major episode and then the minor episode after that.

Then I had an idea.

First, I would take the techniques that I knew worked.  The ones I used and the ones I knew people used successfully.

I wrote them down and recorded them.

About two years ago when I had about 40,000 people on my list, I sent an email asking everyone for any way they knew of to get someone into the hospital without involuntary commitment.

I took all the emails and there was like 500+ responses, and I reviewed them carefully. Then I grouped them together looking for patterns.

If I saw something that worked 3 times by 3 different people I considered it proven. I then recorded it.

After weeks of doing this process, I had more than 25 strategies. I was really amazed.

The most amazing thing was that NOBODY else ever talked about these techniques. Some of them you will find strange. Some you won't think could work but they do. Some you would think are too difficult but are not. After you review them, you'll find that it's very possible to get your loved one into treatment.

The good news is that I have personally taught people these techniques and now have seen that they work. I no longer have to rely just on knowing it worked for 3 people on my mailing list.

You'll Never Find These Strategies Anywhere

The methods in How to Get Your Loved One With Bipolar Disorder To The Doctor, Psychiatrist, or Hospital When They Don't Want to Go come from real supporters just like you and me.

These come from people on the front line of the battle against bipolar disorder.

Of all the people who submitted their methods of getting their loved ones to the doctor, psychiatrist, or hospital successfully, I only selected methods that were used by at least three people successfully.

These are proven strategies.  I know, because I have used them myself with my mom.

You're going to be amazed at how simple it will be to use these strategies.

In this guide, you'll learn the answer to one of the most difficult aspects of supporting someone who has bipolar disorder, and that is:  How to get your loved one to the doctor, psychiatrist, or hospital, even when they are not suicidal, not causing harm to themselves or others, or not extremely violent.

You see, if your loved one is exhibiting any of those behaviors, you can have them hospitalized involuntarily. But most people with bipolar disorder never meet those criteria, so you can't force them to see a doctor, psychiatrist, or go to the hospital to get the help they need.

To find out how to enable you to get your loved one the help they need, I didn't use just my own experience.  I also used the experiences of hundreds of other people that I've interviewed, so you could benefit from their experiences as well.

I picked up dozens of useful tips and strategies (all of which work, by the way) … and you will, too.

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

  • What your options are besides involuntary commitment

  • 12 ways that you can get a loved one to see their doctor, psychiatrist, or therapist without using involuntary commitment

  • A magical form that you can use to avoid having to involuntarily commit your loved one

  • People who are in your local area that can help you get your loved one into treatment

  • Things you should say to your loved one when they are in an episode

  • The absolute worst things to say to your loved one when they are in an episode

  • How to avoid confrontations that lead to violence

  • The shocking truth about what it takes to get someone into treatment who doesn't want to go and can't be involuntarily committed

  • How I was able to get my mom into treatment when all else failed

  • A toll free 800 number you can call for help and assistance

  • What the HIPAA law is and why it can make your life a nightmare unless you know this one simple trick

  • The top ways that people used to get people the treatment they need that no book or support group ever mentions

  • Why calling the police about a loved one's episode could be deadly to them unless you do this

  • What you need to know about suicide and bipolar episodes

  • The number #1 mistake people make when trying to get someone into treatment

  • The worst thing to do when getting someone into treatment

          ...and much, much more!

You'll find so many strategies that work well that NOBODY ever talks about!

FREE Bonus #1: How To Talk To Your Loved One's Doctor When They Won't Let You  (Special Report)

One obstacle you may face when supporting your loved one is that in the United States and many other countries, doctors cannot speak to you about their patient without a signed medical release waiver. This requirement can make your job of supporting a loved one with bipolar disorder very difficult.

In this amazing special report, I'll show you an incredible way to communicate with your loved one's doctor - even if you can't get a signed waiver. Don't worry, you're not going to do anything that would get you, your loved one, or their doctor into trouble.

You'll just be taking advantage of a slight legal loophole that ensures that you can get the necessary information to your loved one's doctor even if your loved one does not give you permission. This is especially helpful if you are taking on the support role while your loved one is in the middle of an episode.

If you use the technique outlined in this special report, you can get the doctor, psychiatrist, or therapist to actually call your loved one, even though by law, you are not allowed to speak with them directly about your loved one.

You will learn step-by-step how to use this amazing method to get the result you want which, of course, is ultimately to get your loved one the help they need.

You will also learn how to be your loved one's advocate, to speak for them when they cannot or will not speak for themselves.  This is absolutely crucial when they are in an episode.

This is a $19.95 value.

FREE Bonus #2:
The Shocking Truth About Involuntary Commitment (Special Report)

In addition to the above FREE Bonus, you'll get another one as well.

Unfortunately, sometimes the only recourse you have is involuntary commitment.  If that is the case, you MUST know the information in this special report.

You will learn things like:

  • Why so many people get into treatment and then out again over and over again

  • What involuntary commitment is and what it isn't

  • How to talk to your loved one (and how NOT to talk to them)

  • How you should act when your loved one is in treatment. If you don't act this way, it's going to be hard for your loved one to get better

  • The shocking truth about what happens in treatment and why many people get worse after treatment

  • How so many people with bipolar disorder "trick" the doctors when they are in treatment

  • The ways that people with bipolar disorder can manipulate the medical community

  • How you can be blamed for your loved one's involuntary commitment

  • The story of one woman who was able to get out of the hospital in just a few hours

  • How just a fight with your loved one can negate their involuntary commitment

  • Ways that your loved one will try to get out of involuntary commitment

  • The shocking way your loved one will treat you if you try this thing

  • If you try this amazing method, involuntary commitment will be easier for you

         ...and much more!

This is a $19.95 value.

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 loved one costing you being unstable and not well? I know it's a TON. Why do I know? I have been there.

Are they working?  Are they paying their bills?  Are they hurting you and your work?  All these things are a cost. You need to get your loved one into treatment to save money.

This guide is a resource that will enable you to get your loved one to see their octor, psychiatrist, or therapist without having to be involuntarily hospitalized.

How much is that worth to you?All I ask is you invest $79.95 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.

AND… I will include the two bonus special reports for FREE!

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If you decide to keep the guide, take the next 90 days to go through every bit of information I’ve included in How to Get Your Loved One With Bipolar Disorder To The Doctor, Psychiatrist, or Hospital When They Don't Want to Go. Take notes, and test the method and some of the strategies for yourself.

If you don’t agree that How to Get Your Loved One With Bipolar Disorder To The Doctor, Psychiatrist, or Hospital When They Don't Want to Go gives you the blueprint you need to get your loved one into treatment even when they don't want to, I demand that you ask for your money back. 

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I know if you are trying to get a loved one into treatment or to the doctor, you may think, "I have tried everything, Dave's stuff probably won't work."

Don't worry because I know how you feel. This is why I am offering you a 100% NO questions asked 90-day IRON Clad money back guarantee.

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Even if you do ask for a refund, you’ll be able to keep and have the FREE Bonus Gifts that you received. That will be my way of saying “thank you” for giving my material a try. So there is no way that you can come out losing on this. You have nothing to lose and a whole lot to gain.

Why am I doing this? Well I want to help people who are supporting people with bipolar disorder. I really feel that “the system” has worked against them for so many years and I want to do something about it.

So far people love what I have put out. I am really excited about it and feel I am making a big impact.

Don't Decide Now

Don't decide now if these techniques and strategies will work. Simply get the guide.

Review it. Look it over. Look at the strategies. Then put them into action. Then make your decision. Again there is absolutely no risk on your part. You are fully protected.

Go ahead and place your order right away while the idea is fresh in your mind. Click here to place your order. Do it now before your loved one does more damage. Whether it's to themselves physically like suicide. Whether it's to someone else. Whether it's any one of the terrible things that someone with bipolar disorder is 100% capable of doing.

While 34% of those who have bipolar disorder will attempt suicide, 20% of them will succeed. Just think, 20% of the people that have bipolar disorder will commit suicide! Why? Well nobody got them into treatment. Don't let your loved one be one of those people.

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Your Friend,

David Oliver

David Oliver

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