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  1. Parenting a Bipolar Child: What to Do & Why by Gianni L. Faedda, Nancy B. Austin, 2006-11
  2. Bipolar not ADHD: Unrecognized epidemic of manic depressive illness in children by George Isaac, 2001-12-17
  3. What Works for Bipolar Kids: Help and Hope for Parents by Mani Pavuluri MDPhD, 2008-05-08
  4. Facing Bipolar: The Young Adult's Guide to Dealing With Bipolar Disorder by Russ, Ph.D. Federman, J. Anderson, Jr., M.D. Thomson, 2010-02
  5. Your Child Does Not Have Bipolar Disorder: How Bad Science and Good Public Relations Created the Diagnosis (Childhood in America) by Stuart L Kaplan M.D., 2011-03-30
  6. The Life of a Bipolar Child:What Every Parent and Professional Needs to Know by Trudy Carlson, 2000-01-01
  7. Youth With Bipolar Disorder: Achieving Stability (Helping Youth With Mental, Physical, & Social Disabilities) by David Hunter, Phyllis Livingston, 2007-09-15
  8. Intense Minds Through the Eyes of Young People with Bipolar Disorder by Tracy Anglada, 2006-06-09
  9. Positive Parenting for Bipolar Kids: How to Identify, Treat, Manage, and Rise to the Challenge by Mary Ann Mcdonnell, Janet Wozniak, 2008-05-20
  10. Bipolar Disorder Uncovered
  11. Stimulant use in ADHD, bipolar discouraged: expert in mood disorders cites evidence showing that amphetamines might worsen both illnesses.(CHILD/ADOLESCENT ... An article from: Clinical Psychiatry News by Patrice Wendling, 2009-08-01
  12. Rollercoaster Mind: Coping With the Ups And Downs of Bipolar Disorder
  13. Bipolar Disorder: Definitions and Diagnoses by, 2010-03-21
  14. Living with Bipolar Disorder:Learn How to Survive and Thrive by Jamie Hemmer, 2010-01-04

81. Children At Risk For Bipolar Disorder
What puts children and adolescents at risk for early onset bipolar disorder?A children at Risk for bipolar disorder Guide picks. What
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Guide picks What factors make it more likely that a child will develop early onset bipolar disorder? Are children with attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD) more likely to become bipolar? Read these articles for answers to these questions and more.
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An article by Andrea J. Eberle, M.D., Ph.D presenting the high risk of early onset of brain disorders in children and grandchildren of those with these disorders. Childhood Depression is Getting Worse
This article refers to a study saying that each successive generation since 1940 is increasingly at risk of suffering a depressive disorder. Children's Major Psychiatric Disorders A very easy to understand presentation of behaviors which psychiatrists use in making a diagnosis of a disorder.

82. Bipolar Disorder - Children And Adolescents
bipolar disorder children and Adolescents. Can children and Adolescents Havebipolar disorder? Both children and adolescents can develop bipolar disorder.
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Can Children and Adolescents Have Bipolar Disorder?
Both children and adolescents can develop bipolar disorder. It is more likely to affect the children of parents who have the illness. Unlike many adults with bipolar disorder, whose episodes tend to be more clearly defined, children and young adolescents with the illness often experience very fast mood swings between depression and mania many times within a day. Children with mania are more likely to be irritable and prone to destructive tantrums than to be overly happy and elated. Mixed symptoms also are common in youths with bipolar disorder. Older adolescents who develop the illness may have more classic, adult-type episodes and symptoms. Bipolar disorder in children and adolescents can be hard to tell apart from other problems that may occur in these age groups. For example, while irritability and aggressiveness can indicate bipolar disorder, they also can be symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, or other types of mental disorders more common among adults such as major depression or schizophrenia. Drug abuse also may lead to such symptoms. For any illness, however, effective treatment depends on appropriate diagnosis. Children or adolescents with emotional and behavioral symptoms should be carefully evaluated by a mental health professional.

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Sites American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Teenagers, manic and depressive symptoms. Bipolar Affective Disorder in Youths Illness described, causes, diagnosing, co-morbidity, prognosis and treatments. The Bipolar Child Books, articles, individual education plan, research, workshops and consultations. Bipolar Children and Teens Stories, links to diagnosis, general information, medication, support and organizations. Bipolar Disorder in Adults and Children Articles on diagnosis, treatment and life issues of people with bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorder in Children Symptoms, facts, home versus school behavior, early intervention and treatment.

84. :: Bipolar Disorder
bipolar disorder children AND bipolar disorder Research suggests thatbipolar disorder may be at least as common in youth as in adults.

Research suggests that bipolar disorder may be at least as common in youth as in adults. But it can be hard to diagnose in young people because its symptoms differ somewhat from the classic symptoms found in adults, and because it can resemble other childhood mental disorders such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). When manic, children and teenagers tend to be irritable and prone to destructive outbursts rather than elated or euphoric. When depressed, they may complain about physical problems such as headaches, stomachaches, or tiredness. Other signs of depression are frequent absences from and poor performance at school, complaining, unexplained crying, and social isolation. Bipolar disorder that begins in childhood may be more severe than the form that shows up in older teenagers and adults. Children with bipolar disorder often move quickly between mania and depression, and they may have depressive and manic symptoms at the same time. When to see the doctor
Your child may have bipolar disorder if he or she shows signs of depression; is very distracted, hyperactive, or impulsive; and has extreme temper outbursts and mood changes. A psychiatrist or psychologist experienced with bipolar disorder should evaluate your child, especially if there is a family history of the illness. This evaluation is crucial: The disorder is often mistaken for ADHD, and many medicines prescribed for ADHD can worsen manic symptoms.

85. About Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depressive Illness)
bipolar disorder is rare in children under the age of twelve, and most oftendiagnosed during adolescence between the ages of 15 and 19 years.
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by Robin F. Goodman, Ph.D. and Anita Gurian, Ph.D.
Bipolar Disorder is characterized by intense, persistent mood swings between the poles of depression and mania. These moods are greatly intensified or clearly different from the youngster's usual personality and are far out of proportion to events in the environment in intensity and/or duration. To meet the criteria for this diagnosis, a person must have experienced the typical signs of depression - helplessness, hopelessness and worthlessness - as well as the signs of mania - grandiosity and exuberance. The disorder may be genetic and caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain. Medication is extremely successful in moderating the symptoms. BACK TO TOP Real life stories
Depending on when you talked to 15-year-old Karla , she was either the happiest girl alive or barely able to muster the energy to talk at all. At her best, she felt on top of the world and would go on spending sprees at the mall, buying all her friends and acquaintances gifts because she cared so much about them. She is giddy and cheerful but can quickly become enraged. She wants to go to Hollywood to become a big movie star.

86. Bipolar Disorder
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87. Brandi Valentine's Attention Deficit Disorder Page
children with bipolar disorder may or may not show clear behavioral episodes orcycles, but they do tend to exhibit increasingly more severe or dramatic
By Dr. Charles Popper
Both disorders share many characteristics: impulsivity, inattention, hyperactivity, physical energy, behavioral and emotional lability (behavior and emotions change frequently), frequent coexistence of conduct disorder and oppositional-defiant disorder, and learning problems. Motor restlessness during sleep may be seen in both (children who are bipolar are physically restless at night when "high or manic",though they may have little physical motion during sleep when "low or depressed"). Family histories in both conditions often include mood disorder. Psychostimulants or antidepressants can help in both disorders (that is, depending on the phase of the bipolar disorder). In view of the similarities, it is not surprising that the disorders are hard to tell apart.
So what features can help in distinguishing these two disorders? Some distinctions are obvious. 1. Destructiveness may be seen in both disorders but differs in origin. Children who are ADHD often break things carelessly while playing ("non-angry destructiveness"), whereas the major destructiveness of children who are bipolar is not a result of carelessness, but tends to occur in anger. Children who are bipolar may exhibit severe temper tantrums, during which they release manic quantities of physical and emotional energy, sometimes with violence and property destruction. 2. The duration and intensity of angry outbursts and temper tantrums in the two disorders differs. Children who are ADHD usually calm down within 20-30 minutes, whereas children who are bipolar may continue to feel and act angry for over 30 minutes and even for 2-4 hours. The physical energy that a child with ADHD "puts out" during an outburst of anger could be mimicked by an adult who tries to "enact" the tantrum, whereas the energy generated by angry children who are bipolar could not be imitated by most adults without reaching exhaustion within a few minutes.

88. Bipolar Disorder - Manic Depression - Understanding Your Illness
bipolar disorder and children adapted from the National Mental Health Not all children with bipolar disorder have all symptoms.

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Bipolar Disorder and Children

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Many children and especially adolescents experience mood swings as a normal part of growing up, but when these feelings persist and begin to interfere with a child's ability to function in daily life, Bipolar Disorder could be the cause. Bipolar Disorder, also known as manic-depression, is a type of mood disorder marked by extreme changes in mood, energy levels and behavior. Symptoms can begin in early childhood but more typically emerge in adolescence or adulthood. Until recently, young people were rarely diagnosed with this disorder. Yet up to one-third of the 3.4 million children and adolescents with depression in the United States may actually be experiencing the early onset of Bipolar Disorder according to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Doctors now recognize and treat the disorder in both children and adolescents, but it is still an under-recognized illness. Children with Bipolar Disorder usually alternate rapidly between extremely high moods (mania) and low moods (depression). These rapid mood shifts can produce irritability with periods of wellness between episodes - or the young person may feel both extremes at the same time. Parents who have children with the disorder often describe them as unpredictable, alternating between aggressive or silly and withdrawn. Children with Bipolar Disorder are at greater risk for anxiety disorders and Attention-Deficit-Hyperactivity-Disorder (ADHD). These "co-occurring" disorders complicate diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder and contribute to the lack of recognition of the illness in children.

89. Bipolar Disorder In Child : A Guide To Helping Children And Adolescents
Truly an excellent book and one that all parents of children with bipolar disordershould keep at their fingers. Tomie Burke from Washington State, USA.
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Mitzi understands the relationship between parents and children who suffer from early-onset bipolar disorder. Her book addresses numerous issues that parents face on a day to day basis. She provides resources, support, and solutions. Truly an excellent book and one that all parents of children with bipolar disorder should keep at their fingers.
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We found this book to be very helpful us to further understand our daughter's recent diagnosis as Bipolar. We found the information to be well presented, and easy to understand. The section on schools was very informative.
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by Mitzi Waltz The author, Mitzi Waltz Finally a book about bipolar disorders in children and teens This unique book for parents, professionals, and teen patients combines the latest information from clinical research with the personal stories of families caring for a child or teenager who has a bipolar disorder.

90. : 20/20: Bipolar Children
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91. "Bipolar Happens!" - Holistic Help For Children, Adults And Their Family Members
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Welcome to where you will find: The Health Cards System: A holistic treatment plan that teaches people with bipolar disorder and their family members how to cut bipolar disorder symptoms in half or more. Bipolar Happens!: An e-book offering tips and tricks for managing the symptoms of bipolar disorder.This powerful and humorous book also teaches people to manage a variety of bipolar disorder problems from mania and money, anxiety, hallucinations, suicidal thoughts, low self esteem and relationship issues to work, finances, asking for help and much, much more. Inspiration: This is a tough illness even when the medications help with the symptoms. The information on this web site offers relief and hope for those who have bipolar disorder and also offers concrete steps their friends and family can take to help adults and children with the illness lead a normal life. Click on the links below to read more about the Health Cards System and Bipolar Happens!

92. NMHA MHIC Factsheet: Bipolar Disorder
The National Mental Health Association (NMHA) is the countrys oldest and largest nonprofit organization addressing all aspects of mental health and mental illness working to improve the mental health of all Americans, especially the 54 million
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Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is an illness involving one or more episodes of serious mania and depression. The illness causes a person’s mood to swing from excessively “high” and/or irritable to sad and hopeless, with periods of a normal mood in between. More than 2 million Americans suffer from bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder typically begins in adolescence or early adulthood and continues throughout life. It is often not recognized as an illness and people who have it may suffer needlessly for years. Bipolar disorder can be extremely distressing and disruptive for those who have this disease, their spouses, family members, friends and employers. Although there is no known cure, bipolar disorder is treatable, and recovery is possible. Individuals with bipolar disorder have successful relationships and meaningful jobs. The combination of medications and psychotherapy helps the vast majority of people return to productive, fulfilling lives.
“Bipolar disorder is treatable, and recovery is possible.”

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94. International Society For Bipolar Disorders ISBD
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We are very pleased to announce that Bipolar Disorders - An International Journal of Psychiatry and Neurosciences has been accepted for inclusion into MEDLINE/Index Medicus. Bipolar Disorders will be indexed from Volume 1, Issue 1, 1999, thus providing access to articles from the beginning of publication. Bipolar Disorders is the official publication of the International Society for Bipolar Disorders (ISBD). Welcome to the ISBD Website Bipolar disorder is a severe and debilitating mental illness, which has only recently started to receive the necessary attention from society, researchers, practitioners, government, and private funding agencies. In response to the need for further awareness, education, and research on this severe mental illness, the International Society for Bipolar Disorders was created. The Society's mission is the promotion of awareness of this condition in society at large, promotion of awareness and education about this condition among mental health professionals, fostering research on all aspects of bipolar disorder, and promotion of international collaboration in this area.

95. Big's Place - Bipolar Disorder & Manic Depression
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