High Tide, Low Tide: The Caring Friend’s Guide to Bipolar Disorder

We are best friends living three thousand miles apart. Fran has lived with depression and bipolar disorder for over twenty years: Marty is her main support, carer and lifeline. In High Tide, Low Tide: The Caring Friend’s Guide to Bipolar Disorder (Nordland Publishing, 2016) we share what we’ve learned about growing a close, mutually supportive relationship between a “well one” and an “ill one”.

Using plain, non-technical language, real life conversations and examples from our own experience, we offer original approaches and practical tips for taking the good and the bad “One step at a time”. Uniquely, we show how technology and the internet mean no one is too far away to be cared for, or to care.

Written from the well one’s perspective, our book focuses on being there. Discover how to build a relationship strong and flexible enough to handle mania, depression, and suicidal thinking. Explore what illness means, learn strategies for wellness and how best to support your friend and take care of yourself, whether you live on the same street or oceans apart.

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