Am I a Baby? Shocking Bipolar Lesson


How’s it going?

I had this advertising firm that I did a $5,000 test with.

What does that mean?

Well when you test a new company for advertising, the tests are normally like $5,000 to $10,000.

It’s NOT free to find people interested in bipolar disorder even though many think it is.

This is why I have to charge for all my resources because not only do I have Research and Development costs, payroll costs, fulfillment costs, but I also have big adverting costs.

Anyway, this young kid contacted me and convinced me to run this $5000 test.

I wanted to give him a shot because he was young and new to the business.

To make a long story short, the entire concept was a total scam.

I was scammed out of like $4,500 to $5,000.

The kid promised I wouldn’t lose any money and also promised to make good on the money I spent.

He tried but his boss was difficult and was a scammer.

Anyway, the kid transferred the call to his boss (the boss who was nice to me BEFORE I PREPAID (stupid on my part), the money to him).

Now on the phone the boss was cold. He screamed and yelled at me.

He called me a FU$#@$@ baby and a scum#$%@#$%.

Now, I have never in my life paid a company money and had the owner of the company curse me out.

NOTE-There’s a bipolar disorder lesson coming soon : )

Basically he used every curse word in the world in front of the word baby.

He would call me a scum#$%#$ baby. A fuc#$%#$ baby. A piece of shi#$@5 baby. (I took out the letters so to make this email family friendly). Anyway, you get the idea.

I got super mad and took control of the conversation and explained to him that he was a total conman and should be ashamed of himself.

He got mad and to make a long story short got mad because I called him a conman.


ALL conman never liked to be called conman. I wonder why?

Anyway he hung up on me.

I told my friends about this and they were like, “What are you going to do?”

I told them how I was going to deconstruct what happened and figure it out, then reconstruct it to make sure it never happens again.

Ok, so what’s the bipolar lesson?

When something like an episode happens or something bad happens with a doctor or hospital…

Sit down and figure out why.


Figure it out.


Then make sure it doesn’t happen again.

I know how I got scammed.

I gave someone new a chance.

I prepaid.

I didn’t check this company’s reputation.

I got too friendly with the sales kid.

And other things.

With bipolar episodes, you may find that you ignored your stability equation.

In my courses/systems, I teach about all the different parts that make up the bipolar stability equation:




But I’ll talk about a few of them here, because it’s so important to my point.

Say you let one thing slide, like sleep.

Then you let another thing slide, like your health.

You started isolating.

You start doing other things wrong…

And the next thing you know…

You’re in a bipolar episode.

You see how easily it can get out of control?

So the next time you need to do what I did.

DECONSTRUCT it. Figure out what you did wrong.

Then RECONSTRUCT it the way it should be.

That way you can avoid the next episode and protect your stability with bipolar disorder.

Has this ever happened to you?

What do you think of my technique so that it won’t happen again?

David Oliver is the author of the shocking guide “Bipolar Disorder—The REAL Silent Killer.” Click Here to get FREE Information sent via email on how and why bipolar disorder kills.

Bipolar Disorder? Get a Second or Even Third One

How’s it going?

I hope you’re having a good day.

I have to tell you this story about what happened to me.

It was really strange (things that happen to me usually are : )

I was talking to this professional – a person who was a CPA, years in practice, and he gave me
absolutely, positively, INCORRECT advice!

I knew it was incorrect, because I knew this area well.

But I went to two other experts who were CPAs to confirm.

I was amazed.

If I would have listened to the first person, it really would have cost me a ton of money.

You really have to be careful sometimes with experts, even doctors.

That’s one of the things I talk about in my courses/systems, because there are good and bad
doctors out there, and you want to find a good one.




So you have to be careful, not just with doctors, but with psychiatrists and therapists, too.

Any expert that you use.

If you hear something that just doesn’t seem right, you need to get a second opinion.

It works in reverse, too.

If something sounds too good, you should also get a second opinion.

You know that old saying, “If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”

Like those advertisements for a natural cure for bipolar disorder.

You shouldn’t take them at face value, because you know there isn’t a cure for the disorder.

You should get a second opinion, and ask your doctor about it.

Get two other opinions if you can, on whatever you’re questioning.

Like I did with the CPA.

Especially when something just doesn’t sound right.

Like on the natural cures.

I mean, it could mean your loved one’s life if they went off their medications because they believed what the ad said, without getting a second or third opinion from their doctor and psychiatrist (or even their therapist too).

So this is really, really important.

You need to try to minimize mistakes.

I recommend:

Spending a lot of time finding good professionals on your team.

Like I say in my courses/systems, there are good doctors and bad doctors, so you need to spend time finding the right doctor for you.

Don’t just take any old doctor.

Or psychiatrist or therapist, either.

Make sure the person you are working with is ok.

Like they aren’t going through a divorce, have really bad kids, are going through a bankruptcy, or live a million dollar lifestyle when they don’t make a million.

You also don’t want them to be distracted – like with other patients, phone calls, or a light during your session with them, because your doctor might just hurry you along, and not give you as good of care.

NOTE: This might sound crazy, And you might be thinking, “Dave, who cares if a doctor has bad kids or lives the high life, or any of those other things I just mentioned.”

Well, let me tell you, that’s going to spill over to either you or your loved one’s care. Think bout it. It will.

Also, ask a lot of questions.

If the doctor gets mad when you ask questions, note this as a red flag.

But you deserve to know.

Do you agree or disagree with me?

Do you think it’s important to get a second (or even third) opinion?

David Oliver is the author of the shocking guide “Bipolar Disorder—The REAL Silent Killer.” Click Here to get FREE Information sent via email on how and why bipolar disorder kills.

Bipolar Lesson From How I Got Conned Inside


How’s it going today?

I need to tell you this story about something that happened to me.

This organization is getting very big.

But it isn’t like one of those big corporations that is out to make a lot of money and make people rich.

Like, I don’t even get a salary from it! Honest!

The main thing about this organization is that our motto is to help people with bipolar disorder and their supporters.

That’s what this organization is all about.

And I always hope that that is what we do.


That’s why I hire the people that I hire…

Because they believe in our motto as well.

And that’s part of what makes them good at what they do.

That’s also why I have so many people who work for me who have bipolar disorder themselves.

Because they understand the disorder better than anyone else.

Well, you would NOT believe what happened to me in the last month.

Scroll down to find out.
Keep scrolling.
You’re not going to believe this!
It’ll be worth it to keep scrolling…
Ok, here’s what happened:

Not just by ONE person…

But by THREE people!

And not just three people over time…

But by three people over the last month!

See, part of the down side of this organization is that you trust people, because you think that everyone else believes in the same cause, of helping people.

Unfortunately, some people are just out for the money, and I guess they see me as an easy target…

Because that’s exactly what happened.

These were companies that were supposed to be helping this organization.

Instead, I got conned.

I just can’t believe that there are people out there like this.

But I guess there are.

Hopefully, I learned my lesson, and it won’t happen again.

But here’s the thing…

The difference between these people and someone with bipolar disorder is…

That someone in a bipolar episode 99% of the time does NOT do it on purpose, where these people did.

If you think your loved one has lied to you…

Or kept something from you…

Or manipulated you…

Chances are, they were in an episode, and didn’t know what they were doing.

So they didn’t do it on purpose.

They didn’t mean to hurt you.

They weren’t exactly in their right mind.

That’s why I explain what a bipolar episode is in my courses/systems, and what to expect.




The important thing you’ve got to know is that your loved one is not doing any of these things on purpose.

It’s the bipolar disorder, and NOT them!

Ask yourself, would my loved one normally do any of these things?

That might help you to separate them from their disorder.

And help you to believe that they are really telling the truth when they say that they never meant to hurt you with their behavior…

Or that they didn’t mean to do any of those things…

Or that they didn’t do it on purpose.

Have you been able to accept this?

Has it helped you to accept your loved one’s behavior during an episode?

David Oliver is the author of the shocking guide “Bipolar Disorder—The REAL Silent Killer.” Click Here to get FREE Information sent via email on how and why bipolar disorder kills.

Bipolar Supporter? Make Sure You Do This


How’s it going?

Many people have been asking me if I still go to the gym. YES.

I just got back actually and I am running late and having to type this up really fast.

Actually I was REALLY tired this morning.

I have to go today twice, Tuesday twice, Wednesday three times and Thursday twice
and Friday once.

Then I am off Saturday and Sunday.

Anyway, let’s jump into today’s topic I thought of while I was doing cardio.

The other day I was in my accountant’s office and he was running late.

He called and told me he would be there, but not for awhile.

I said, “No problem.”

He said that he was really, really sorry.

I didn’t mind, because I was prepared with about 5 hours of work with me.

Whenever I leave my house, I assume traffic delays and other problems are always going to come up, so I ALWAYS have meals for the day AND plenty of work so I don’t have to waste any time.

The key thing is…

I prepare for potential problems ahead of time.

And this is what you have to do if you are a supporter of a loved one with bipolar disorder.

You have to BE PREPARED ahead of time, like I show you in my courses/systems below:




You have to think of things like this:

• Your loved one loses their medication
They may be able to go for a little while
without their medicine, but not for long
without going into a bipolar episode.
This could be very, very dangerous for
them as well, maybe even fatal. So you
need to prepare ahead of time. Talk to
their doctor in advance and find out what
to do in case this should happen. Find out
their doctor’s policy on this. Sometimes
he can write another prescription. Sometimes
he can give you samples to have on hand.

• Something happens to the doctor, psychiatrist
or therapist
Find out ahead of time what they do in
emergencies, when they are out of town or on
vacation, or if something else should happen
to them. What have they done in the past?
What is their normal policy? Will they still
be accessible to your loved one? Will they
have a fill-in doctor? Will your loved one
have to go to the Emergency Room? Will
they have to change doctors (or therapists)?

• Your loved one shows signs and symptoms
of an episode
Ask the doctor their procedure in this case.
You will probably need your loved one to
sign a Medical Release of Information form
in advance (when they are not in an episode)
to keep on file so that you can report these
symptoms directly to the doctor. He then
may be able to adjust your loved one’s
medications without having to see them or
without your loved one having to go to the
hospital. You may also be able to avoid a
full-blown episode.

• Your loved one goes into an episode
Know in advance what your loved one’s
triggers are. Know the signs and symptoms
of their episodes. If they are in an episode,
they need treatment. Call their doctor.
You will probably have to plan on taking
them to the hospital, but if you talk to the
doctor in advance, he can tell you the
correct procedure and what to expect.

• You are going on vacation
If you are going on vacation, you need
to make sure that your loved one has
enough medication not only for the time
you will be gone, but for a few days more,
just in case something should happen.
Assume that you will not be able to get
a prescription filled or refilled wherever
you go. You do not want your loved one
to be stuck without their medication.

• Your loved one will not be home when
it’s time to take their medication
It’s good to always plan for this eventuality
in any case, and carry an extra dose of
medication with you; however, if you
know you will be gone when it is time
to take the medication, make sure you
have it with you when it will be time.
This will take planning ahead of time
so that you don’t forget. In order to avoid
this, try making appointments at times
when medication will not be due.
As a supporter, you must always be prepared in advance to WAIT.

Just like I was talking about waiting in my accountant’s office, you will probably spend a great deal of your time just waiting as well.

When your loved one goes to their appointments, there may be some that you will not be able to go into, such as their therapy appointment.

It is best to plan for this in advance, and to bring something with you to do.

It is also best for you to plan for what might happen should your loved one have to go into the hospital.

I know this is not what you want to think about now, and your loved one may be stable right now, but you still need to be prepared.

You need to have a good grasp on your finances.

What if your loved one should go into a manic episode?

What if your loved one should be hospitalized for a longer period than expected?

These are things that you need to work out ahead of time.

You need to be prepared. ALWAYS.

Bipolar disorder is a very serious disease, and you need to think IN ADVANCE about what could go wrong and to prepare for it.

Beat Bipolar Disorder by Attacking Like This


How’s it going?

Today there’s lots of talk about the economy.

Some people complain about it, but don’t do anything.

Other people blame the economy for all their problems.

And others acknowledge the economy is bad, but they try to do the best they can.

Well, there is a lesson from President Obama that you can learn.

We are not going to debate if what he is doing for the US economy is good or bad.

He said that his plan is to attack on all fronts.

Not just to do one thing, because there is not just one solution.

This is the same with bipolar disorder.

In order to get it under control, you must have a plan and act on all fronts.

Maybe disability
Stress reduction

You have to work on what I call the bipolar stability equation, because it has all the “fronts” in it that you need to battle bipolar disorder.

Like in my courses and systems, I talk about several elements that are needed for stability, not just one:





There is no one single thing that works for stability.

There is no one single medication that is right for everyone with bipolar disorder.

Like with the government. They are trying to fix the economy doing this, that, this, that, the other thing TOGETHER, because there is no one solution.

What Obama does, you can use for bipolar disorder.

Whatever one plan you have might not work, so you better have a plan B, C, and D and not be reliant on one single thing.

Obama has said this over and over that he isn’t sure what the path to us recovery for the recession is exactly.

Now again, I am not debating what he is doing and if it’s going to work, if it makes sense, but what I am saying is that statement makes sense.

He can’t know if something will work 100% guaranteed. So he is trying different things, counting on some of them to work. He has different plans for different solutions.

If he depended on just one plan on just one front and that didn’t work, our economy would never get better. Even at best, it might work temporarily, but it wouldn’t be a solution for the problem in the long run.

You’re going to face the same thing with bipolar disorder, no question about it. If you only have one plan on one front, you’re going to fail, too. Like if you only depend on medication.

Don’t get me wrong. Medication is crucial to recovery (stability) from bipolar disorder, but if it’s the only thing you do, you’ll still fail, and you won’t get better in the long run.

There are still other things you have to do for a permanent solution, like I was saying with Obama.

You also have to take care of yourself and your needs, like he has to take care of the country and our needs.

You have to maintain a healthy lifestyle, like sleeping right, exercising, eating a healthy diet, keeping your stress levels to a minimum, etc.

Just like Obama has all his fronts to manage and keep healthy in the country.

And you also need to keep balance in your life, or you will get out of control and go into an episode.

Can you imagine what would happen if Obama didn’t keep things balanced and lost control of the country?

Just like Obama has to have a plan to make the economy better, you have to have a plan to make your bipolar disorder better, too.

Do you see what I mean?

Agree or disagree?

David Oliver is the author of the shocking guide “Bipolar Disorder—The REAL Silent Killer.” Click Here to get FREE Information sent via email on how and why bipolar disorder kills.

Bipolar Supporter? One of the Hardest Things You Have to Do


How are you? I hope you are doing well.

I have been having a hard time these days on so many things.

I won’t get in to it today but will be writing several daily emails about it. Especially how I got conned out of $4500 by a total conman.

It’s been tough to build this organization.

BUT, there are a lot of hard things we have to do in life.

Going through school was hard for most of us.

All those tests!

Some of us had teachers we didn’t like, or even teachers who made it hard on us to get through the class or the grade.

Learning how to ride a bike was hard in the beginning, wasn’t it?

Going through adolescence was hard – confusing thoughts and feelings, awkwardness, and even acne!

Learning how to drive was hard for many of us.

Relationships are hard.

Learning the other person’s likes and dislikes.

Learning how to get along with another person who may not be as much like you as you might like them to be.

Learning how to communicate with another person.

Buying that first house is hard for many people – it’s hard to understand about mortgages and everything.

Same thing with a car – sometimes it’s hard to make a decision about which one is the right one to buy.

But being a supporter to a loved one with bipolar disorder is really hard.

And one of the hardest things you have to do is to FORGIVE.

In my courses/systems, I go over the signs and symptoms of a manic episode, and the things your loved one might do in one, and that’s what I want to talk about today.




When your loved one is in a manic episode, they will become impulsive.

They will not be rational.

They will not be themselves.

They will do things without thinking about the consequences.

Things like:

• Excessive spending
• Risky sexual behavior
• Risky driving
• Substance abuse
• Compulsive gambling
• Foolish business investments
• Bad decisions
• Poor choices

And any of these things might affect you.

Because there are consequences to these actions.

For example, if your loved one spends money excessively or makes foolish business nvestments, it could mean financial ruin for you.

Or if they exhibit risky driving, there could be legal consequences.

If they get involved with substance abuse, there could be long-term consequences, because now you have another problem to deal with besides just their bipolar disorder.

And what if they get involved with risky sexual behavior?

That could mean they could have an affair, or bring home a sexually transmitted disease to you.

Any of these things might make you feel hurt, angry, resentful, or a host of other negative feelings towards your loved one.

But let’s just consider the last one.

If your loved one had an affair or gave you a sexually transmitted disease, would you be able to
forgive them?

This is one of the things that can cause real damage to a relationship.

And forgiving their loved one in this case is one of the hardest things a supporter will ever have to do.

But you have to consider this very carefully.

If you intend to stay with your loved one, you have to do it. You have to forgive them.

Now, I’m not saying you can do it right away.

It will take time.

Because it will be one of the hardest things you will ever have to do.

But your loved one will be remorseful, and if you have good communication, it can be done.

Have you ever been in any of these situations?

Were you able to forgive your loved one?

David Oliver is the author of the shocking guide “Bipolar Disorder—The REAL Silent Killer.” Click Here to get FREE Information sent via email on how and why bipolar disorder kills.

Current Bipolar News



How are you?

I hope you are doing well.

Here is today’s news.

To read this week’s news visit:

Pitt Researchers To Study Effects Of Early Intervention For
Children Of Parents With Bipolar Disorder
DO> Great article.

Understanding How Bipolar Medications Work
DO> Very interesting article.

More Effective Lithium Therapies Studied
DO> Think this is a good study?

Wales Team Find Clue to Mystery Brain Drug
DO> Wow, what do you think of this?

Teen Acts to Protect Mom
DO> Hmm. What do you think of this?

Bipolar Disorder Affects Daily Life
DO> Isn’t this obvious?
For these stories and more, please visit:

==>Help with ALL aspects of bipolar disorder<<==

Check out all my resources, programs and information for all aspects of bipolar disorder by visiting:

Your Friend,


Loved One With Bipolar Acting Crazy, But Think YOU Are The Problem?


I wanted to send out a response to emails I have gotten about my new resource:

“How to Get Your Loved One With Bipolar Disorder To The Doctor,
Psychiatrist, or Hospital When They Don’t Want to Go”

located at:

People are basically saying, “Dave, my loved one says that I am the problem and they are fine.”

I actually always get this response from this resource.

I wanted to address this because it’s a huge problem for many people.

Many times when people with bipolar disorder become unstable and go into an episode, they don’t know
they are not well. The ultimately start doing and saying things that are “crazy” so to speak.

Then many times, they will say that YOU are the problem.

Because they say it with such conviction, you can start to question if you are the problem and maybe you created the problem with your loved one.

If you find yourself feeling like this, don’t feel bad or like you are out of your mind. It’s a common bipolar supporter feeling.

You have to have your own conviction to know that your loved one needs help and needs it right away.

Realize that their bipolar disorder is like a “thing” so to speak. It’s going to work hard to try to PREVENT you from getting the person into treatment.

Now as I write this, I can hear some people saying, “What is he talking about a thing? Bipolar isn’t a person
or thing.”

Actually I like to think of it as “something” or the enemy.

It’s not your loved one, it’s the bipolar the creates the problems. And when your loved one is unstable, screaming and yelling and blaming you for everything, it’s the bipolar that’s doing this.

You must stand up to it and work hard to get your loved one into treatment.

Don’t wait because let me tell you, the situation just gets worse. I am serious. Some think I am an alarmist. I am when it comes to bipolar disorder because the unstable person not in their right mind can do so many bad things that many times can’t be reversed.

If you need help getting your loved one into treatment, take a look at this resource:

I have to run now.


Bipolar Lesson From A Tissue


I trust your day is going well.

Would you believe that you can actually learn a bipolar lesson from a tissue?

Yep, an everyday tissue.

Well, I’m going to show you.

Think of the characteristics of a tissue…

First of all, it’s practical, right?

You can blow your nose with it…

You can wipe things off your face with it, like cold cream or makeup…

Or dirt off a child’s face…

You can wipe things off a counter with it (when a paper towel isn’t handy)…ok, maybe I’m stretching a little bit there, but you get the idea – a tissue is practical.


Ok, well, as a supporter, you have to be practical, too.

For example, you probably have had to learn how to manage the finances.

That’s an example of being practical.

Secondly, a tissue is useful.

It’s kind of like being practical.

Except useful is being resourceful in other ways.

For example, in ways that a napkin or paper towel wouldn’t be (like, you wouldn’t blow your nose with them).

So, you as a supporter have to make yourself useful.

An example of this might be the way you make yourself useful around the house.

Your loved one could do some things to help you, but you also do things to maintain the house. That’s being useful!

Or if you work, or do volunteer work, that’s being useful, too.

Third of all, a tissue is soft (we can all agree on that). It has to be, doesn’t it, or we wouldn’t use it?

Well, that’s also one of the qualities that a supporter should have.

Sometimes it takes being “soft” to deal with your loved one’s anger. And it takes a soft heart to forgive what they do during episodes.

There are several qualities that make up a good supporter, and I go over them in my courses/systems below:



A tissue should be handy (the fourth characteristic in our analogy).

Just as you are. You should always be around when your loved one needs you.

Which leads us to #5 – being dependable.

Just like a tissue is dependable to do what it’s supposed to do, so should you be.

Your loved one should be able to count on you, and trust that you will be dependable.

They should also feel free to express their thoughts and feelings with you and that you will understand.

A tissue, most importantly, is NEEDED.

Ask yourself, what would you do if a tissue wasn’t around when you needed one?

What if your loved one needed you and YOU weren’t around?

You need to be there for your loved one.

They DO need you.

They need you to have all these characteristics, and more.

Because they need you to love them unconditionally and to support them.

They need you to be there even if the whole rest of the world turns their back on them.

They need you to be by their side no matter what their bipolar disorder does to them.

Ask yourself, what would you do without a tissue when you needed it?

Now, what would your loved one do without you?

David Oliver is the author of the shocking guide “Bipolar Disorder—The REAL Silent Killer.” Click Here to get FREE Information sent via email on how and why bipolar disorder kills.

The WORST Thing You Can Do About Bipolar Disorder


I hope you’re doing well today.

I’ve had a tough couple of days working on a bunch of issues with software and also advertising partners.

Anyway, we are working hard to get everything all straightened out.

Today I wanted to talk to you about something that nobody probably ever told you before:

The WORST thing you can do about bipolar disorder.

And that is NOTHING.

That’s right, the worst thing you can do about bipolar disorder is nothing.

Even if you do accept that you or your loved one has bipolar disorder (which is hard enough to do in itself), if you do nothing about it, there’s no chance for stability.

There are just certain things you MUST do to attain stability with bipolar disorder. You cannot simply do NOTHING!

It’s the same with life.

If you graduate with a high school diploma, yet learn nothing else, you’ll never go anywhere in life. I’m not saying you then have to get a college degree, but you still have to learn – you at least have to get trained in a trade, or else you’ll have to work in fast food for the rest of your life.

When you get married and want to have children, but learn nothing about being a parent, you
will have more problems than you can handle. You at least need to learn something about
being a parent to be a good one. You must learn something about children in order to raise them.

If you want to be in a healthy relationship, then you have to learn how to be a good partner. If you’ve had bad relationships in the past, then you have to learn from them. If you do nothing, you’ll just keep repeating the same mistakes over and over again, and you’ll never have a good relationship.

It’s the same with life lessons. If you’ve made bad choices and poor decisions in the past and didn’t learn the lessons you needed to in order to learn from them, then nothing changes. If you do nothing about them, you’ll just keep making the same mistakes over and over again. You need to grow and learn from your mistakes, but if you do nothing, you won’t.

There is a saying that goes, “If nothing changes, nothing changes.”

So, it’s the same with bipolar disorder.

If you do nothing, you’ll stay unstable.

If you’re a supporter and you do nothing, your loved one will stay unstable, because there’s a lot you do to help them manage their disorder.

You may not like the way things are, but if you do nothing to change them, then they’ll just stay the way they are. You can’t expect them to change by themselves.

Here’s an excerpt from a reading a friend showed me, and I think it relates to what I’m talking about:

“…unless I accept life completely on life’s
terms, I cannot be happy. I need to
concentrate not so much on what needs to
be changed in the world as on what needs
to be changed in me and in my attitudes.”

We can learn a lot from that.

For instance, you can’t change the world.

You may not even be able to change your circumstances, but you might be able to if you try. But if you do nothing, how will you ever know?

You can’t change the fact that you or your loved one has bipolar disorder. But you can change the fact that there is no cure for it just by learning how to manage it. If you do nothing, then the disorder is in control over you. If you do something, then you are in control over it.

You can’t do anything about what’s already happened. You can’t change the past. But you can do something about today. But if you do nothing to change today, it will be just like the past that you can’t do anything about. You can make today better, but not if you do nothing.

If you find that your attitude is negative, and you do nothing about it, it will affect everything
you do – your thoughts, your feelings, your actions, your reactions, your behavior towards
yourself and others. You can change your attitude if you want to, but not if you do nothing.

If you or your loved one with bipolar disorder are depressed and you do nothing about it, you are going to stay depressed. But you can change that by changing your attitude to a more positive one as well.

In my courses/systems, I talk about what you can do to change your attitude from negative to
positive, and how important that is to good management of bipolar disorder:




You may not be able to change your loved one, but you can change yourself. But if you do nothing, you will still stay the same. And all of us need to be constantly growing, constantly changing, to better ourselves.

And this especially relates to bipolar disorder.

If you are a supporter, you definitely want your loved one to get better.

You want them to be stable.

But if they do nothing, they’ll never be stable.

If they don’t do the things they need to do to be stable, like if they don’t watch their triggers,
they’ll stay unstable.

And if you don’t help them to watch for signs and symptoms of an oncoming bipolar episode, then they won’t ever reach stability.

And here is the worst of the worst:

If you or your loved one see signs or symptoms of an episode and do nothing – if you don’t eport
them to the doctor or psychiatrist, say, then your loved one WILL go into that episode.

Do NOTHING, and you might lose EVERYTHING.

Agree or disagree?

David Oliver is the author of the shocking guide “Bipolar Disorder—The REAL Silent Killer.” Click Here to get FREE Information sent via email on how and why bipolar disorder kills.