Wrestling With An Idea

There are ideas that from the get go are just plain not true. An initial quick assumption on our part may dictate our understanding, but with time such idea can become profoundly meaningful once we take the time to fully consider its implications. Wrestling with an idea before dismissing it can be life changing.

Struggles of Bipolar Disorder

Unfortunately, the world of mental health care treatment is overwhelming and confusing. There is a lot of talk about symptoms, inability to function, remission and crisis, and no one but Bipolar Advantage is speaking about results worth achieving.  An idea that sparks a lot of controversy. Individuals struggling with the idea that it is possible to thrive with bipolar and depression report...

  • Struggles in making sense of  what Bipolar IN Order is.
  • Overwhelm and frustration with tried methods that failed.
  • Struggles in finding an appropriate and effective treatment method.
  • Inability to function.
  • Living in a state of anxiety over future episodes.
  • Inability to communicate clearly with doctors and therapists.
  • Confusion and lack of understanding about what the goals of treatment are.

How This Course Will Help

The Wrestling With An Idea course helps students consider their initial personal perceptions and beliefs about bipolar and depression when approaching all Bipolar Advantage courses. Students learn...

  • How to gain a better understanding of Bipolar IN Order.
  • A deep understanding of the benefits one gains when wrestling with an idea
  • Strategies for applying the concept of wrestling with an idea in an effective manner
  • How to apply wrestling with an idea specifically to Bipolar Advantage concepts
  • The value of wrestling with an idea before coming to conclusions.
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I can't think of a more important ingredient to living with bipolar disorder or any mental health difficulty.

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

Wrestling With An Idea
Only $29.95

Learn About Strategies To Gain Deeper Understanding of Bipolar. Course Includes:

Please Note: This is not a quick fix. It takes time and effort to produce real results and the courses we offer will guide and support you all the way. Our success stories took at least two years.

Varied Course Materials

 1 video lessons, 1 reading lesson, a simple and effective written exercises, and an active participation forums to ask questions and sharing insights. 

Supportive Virtual Community

 Connect with a global, supportive, encouraging, and inspiring community of students working on getting their Bipolar IN Order. Participation in course forums is not required and can be anonymous.

Self-Paced Access

Ungated access to all course content for you to take at your own pace. Course is accessible with a reliable internet connection from any desktop computer, smart phone or tablet. 

You have a full 30 days to try our courses. If you aren’t completely satisfied with the service you receive, just ask and we will gladly give you a full refund on your purchase price. Give it a try, the risk is on us! Find out more...

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