If you are hoping this book is a look at the Diagnostic Criteria of Bipolar Disorder, then I recommend that you stop reading after this opening paragraph—seriously, you do not have to read any further. This book is a short composition of my 10 journal entries that I wrote BEFORE I was diagnosed Bipolar. I say “diagnosed Bipolar”, because it is an identity change—but talking about labels from the DSM in detail is a whole different subject. I am not in favor of labels. I hate the DSM. Enough has been said about labels from the DSM—or if you want to be fancy smacy then you can call it “The DSM-IV-TR” (and if you want to be a sound really smart you can say that this version is not important right now because a new version is rumored to be coming out this summer of 2013). In the recent past, I did not have a mental disorder. I was not yet diagnosed when I completed these 10 entries, I was not aware that I was headed towards a manic episode. . .
It was okay
Not what I was expecting. I thought it would be something completely different.
Good read! Definitely recommend. If you have bipolar and nice to see that others out there can be like me! This is good
You hit the nail on the head when you called the Bible a piece of literature. Good luck on your journey.