Hypomanic is one person's vivid account of how they became aware of the existence of Hypomania through excessive study a the experimentation of recreational drugs inside a hedonistic orientated work life balance. As with many misery memoirs, the protagonist has to be destroyed before finding redemption and therefore unveiling the insights to successfully overcoming the adversity. In this case, which is pre-diagnosis of bipolar by almost eighteen months, the book will demonstrate the full anatomy of a nervous breakdown from a holistic point of view and across a wide range of issues. It is written in the first person as a diary account of what happened to the author age 22 while at University and why he thinks it happened, looking back at 1995, fifteen years post event and with a diagnosis of bipolar. There are also detailed accounts of what roles close friends and family members played during the downfall and subsequent comeback of the main character. It is not a self help book per se, it belongs among the story section because this book enthralls as much as it educates. It is a message to healthy young people with hedonistic outlooks, their friends and their families. It is a classic clinical scenario of exactly what happens to everyone involved with a stress induced Hypomanic episode and therefore how to avoid the experience before it happens or prepare for coping with it, if a diagnosis of bipolar has already occurred.It was so cheap even the upholstery was in white PVC which made my arse sweat in those long hours perfecting my work for college on the large drawing board. ... The large open space of the drawing board was ideal for me, I could even balance the phone on it next to the single ... the sideboard became my bedside table and the wardrobe, with my portable TV on top welcomed you by the door, perfect!
|Title||:||Hypomanic- Mad in England|
|Publisher||:||Chipmunkapublishing ltd - 2007|