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Bipolar Disorder: What a Family (or Friend) Might See...
May 2, 2013

We see in the press that Catherine Zeta-Jones has admitted herself to a hospital for treatment of what has been identified as bipolar II: This form of bipolar disorder can produce considerable distress as well as difficulty meeting life's demands -- but without (yet) resulting in a full blown manic attack.

People with bipolar disorder, I or II, with good treatment, self-care and supportive family and friends can -- and do -- live full and productive lives. Without effective treatment, bipolar disorder can have a devastating effect on the person and their family, relationships and work.

 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lloyd-i-sederer-md/catherine-zeta-jones-bipolar_b_3195539.html

 

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