Why Bipolar IN Order
Bipolar disorder is a cyclical condition. It is different for everyone, but we all cycle through periods of mania and depression with periods of remission in between. Medicine, therapy, lifestyle changes, peer support, and many other things can help lengthen the periods of remission but none of them have proven completely effective at making remission permanent. It is the dis-ordered swings into mania and depression that are destroying so many lives.
There are many people talking about learning to thrive in spite of having bipolar disorder. For the most part they are talking about functioning during periods of remission and hoping that the periods of mania and depression won't destroy their lives when they return. Many others are choosing to pretend that they are in a permanent remission and are unprepared for the real possibility that mania and depression will happen again.
If we are to truly thrive we have to accept that we will have periods of mania and depression and find a way to thrive during them instead of only thriving during remission. Bipolar IN Order is the only program designed specifically for that purpose. This powerful change of perspective is producing better results than any other program as you can see from the comments below.
Bipolar Disorder is when our manic and depressive episodes get the best of us and we can no longer function. Bipolar is IN Order when you are no longer overwhelmed and therefore can function fully DURING manic or depressive episodes.
Bipolar IN Order does not ask you to stop using any of the tools that you have found effective. The program is compatible with whatever tools you choose for lowering the intensity of mania and depression; the course helps you integrate them into your own personalized program. We do ask you to accept the possibility that you can learn to thrive during episodes and let us teach you how. Thriving means you can create and maintain great relationships, great careers and a great life even during manic and depressive episodes.
What Bipolar In Order Teaches
Bipolar IN Order is a simple yet powerful education program that you can do in the privacy of your own home.
How to separate the states from your reactions to them.
How to function at your highest level no matter what your mood state.
How to recognize the sweet spot where you can be the most productive.
How to use the least costly tools to reduce symptoms when needed.
How to find the best opportunities for taking advantage of your state.
How to turn your states from disorder to an advantage.
How to monitor your states without being obsessed over them.
How to create a plan for continuous safe progress.
The Bipolar IN Order program has been taught to thousands of people since 2003 and has the enthusiastic support of people who are no longer in disorder, their friends and families, doctors, therapists and many others. Click here to explore your options.
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- UC Berkeley
"Bipolar In Order provides the essential message that symptom reduction or elimination is far from the main goal of adaptation and intervention. Sure to challenge traditional thinking, this important work is integrative and wise."
- Stephen P. Hinshaw, PhD, Professor and Chair, Dept of Psychology, UC Berkeley
"Bipolar IN Order explores the positive value of mania and depression, linking it to Eastern traditions of mental discipline, while at the same time appreciating the need for warranted medical diagnosis and treatment."
- S. Nassir Ghaemi MD MPH Professor of Psychiatry, Director of Mood Disorders Program, Tufts Medical Center
"Tom's message-and approach-is a welcome antidote to many, popular ideas about mental illness. He integrates sound, evidence-based tools (such as self-awareness, self-care, and medication) with an especially humane perspective. Too often, in having to accept their condition, people end up feeling pathologized - reduced from a full person to a label. But Tom looks beyond the diagnosis to help people embrace - and accept - the best parts of who they are, instead of reflexively dismissing their feelings and experiences as a simple manifestation of illness. I can't think of a more important ingredient to living with bipolar disorder or any mental health difficulty."
- Craig Malkin, PhD, Clinical Instructor in Psychology, Harvard Medical School
- Family & Friends
- Jeanette Chiapperino, Weeki Wachee, FL, USA
- Jan and Susan Sauls, Lakeland, FL
- Maureen Duffy Ph.D., Professor and Chairperson, The Counseling Program, Barry University