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Working through my own
struggle with having bipolar, put me on a journey to discover
is to know about this illness.
When did I first
realize that I had bipolar? When I found myself in a mental health
|They Told Me I Was
I Thought They Were
you have Bipolar
Disorder.” These were
the words I
heard from the Therapist in the hospital’s mental
could figure out what was happening to me, I was being hauled away by
police to a 72 hour lock-down facility at a local hospital.
Locked-down; as in “you
can’t leave; we won’t let you!”
My journey to hell and back
had just begun!
they trying to hurt me?”; I wondered? "I
done anything wrong. I broke no
laws. I hurt no one!" Why was even my own family resisting me
telling me to
get help? It didn’t make sense to me... at
you, or is someone you
with your life?
Believe me when
I tell you that I understand. I
have been there!
Depression! – Despair!
Confusion! – Fear!
family was going through turmoil. What was wrong
with my husband? His behavior was not normal.
The kids were frightened.
It was breaking us apart. Would
he hurt himself? I
just didn't know!
| Bipolar: also known as
Symptoms: Severe mood swings,
here… to tell you that I am a Bipolar Disorder
Survivor! I have overcome
its Fatal Grip on my life!
have been to the pit of hell; and found
my way back to good health!
I have paved the way
In my recent book, “Surviving
Bipolar’s Fatal Grip: The
Journey To Hell and Back”,
I share with you all
details of my struggle with bipolar. Others have
found most of it to be
my journey, I investigated every single thing that
is available to help a person with bipolar. Every bit of that
book to help you; including some things that are not common to
of a bipolar journey combined with past
experience in other areas of personal development, has given me special
insights into Bipolar Disorder. I pass on to you all the insights, all
solutions, so that you really can manage it and recover,
as I have.
2007 - Mariant Publishing
otherwise take years to
Mariant, with his wife Diane, has written
an inspiring and useful account of the nature of bipolar affective
how to survive it.
riveting, are the juxtaposed experiences
Mariant and his wife during times he was floridly manic. While taking
avoid interfering with professional treatment, he empowers patients and
families to take charge of the illness and make active choices to cope
even grow from their experience. He includes many immediately practical recommendations that
take years to learn while a humane spirit of
and humility permeates the book. It should be required reading for
diagnosed bipolar patients and their families.”
Jonathan Russ, M.D., Adjunct
Associate Professor Emeritus,
Stanford University School of Medicine
full of information, resources and useful tools!"
have known Dave
for many years. I personally witnessed his bipolar condition at its
When he says that he has been to hell and back; believe
was really in bad shape. I watched him struggle with this disorder for
always shared with me his new insights and discoveries
personally witnessed the changes in him as he
over-came its hold on him. He has grown tremendously from
book is packed
full of special
insights, information, tools and solutions.
first few chapters read like the script for a suspense movie as he
detail many of the actual experiences that he went through. At one of
lectures that Dave gave, which I attended, a woman who was half-way
reading his book was compelled to stand up and tell the audience that
hasn’t been able to put the book down. It had captivated her
attention. It is a
riveting account of Dave’s experiences, as well as his wife
- what she went through dealing with a bipolar husband and the solutions that they uncovered.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs help and
wants solutions. It will
disappoint you. The information that it provides is invaluable.
Author – “Becoming The True You”
valuable and helpful book..."
have found "Surviving
Bipolar's Fatal Grip"
to be a
valuable and helpful book for several reasons. It is,
firstly, a very
easy to read book about a family's experience into the area of Bipolar
not often discussed. The Mariant's have opened themselves up to discuss
some very private, often difficult periods in their lives.
learn about the experience of not only the patient but
spouse. Plus, it is a good quick reference book about
side effects, etc. that can be useful to people who are struggling with
mental disorder in their families or themselves. Thirdly, it describes
some techniques and procedures
that have been successful for David
struggle to maintain a more normal life while living with Bipolar
others may use for themselves.
Susan E. Klear
Survival Essentials . . .
Learn techniques for
self-management so you can successfully
manage your feelings and behavior, so as to keep your life
to do when an occurance is triggered
to handle suicidal feelings
of how I handled my occurances
that have proven to work for me
are a few
more examples of what you will learn:
diagnosis – understanding bipolar disorder
role medication plays in it and how to proceed with
How to manage
stress and emotions successfully
“trigger” mechanisms that set it off
and what you can do about
treatments that are available and why they work
the role that codependency plays in it so that you
avoid this trap
bipolar child and
how the family dynamic impacts
him/her and how to handle it
much, much more…
book is a
God-send! In its pages, the
reader will find an understanding of oneself
for coping, and a hope for the future.”
Toste - Living with bipolar disorder
A First-Hand Account
informative and needed, a real page turner, a must read for the bipolar
those who love them.”
Butler - Living with bipolar disorder
we hear it from the source itself…thanks
for not holding back!”
Williams - Living with bipolar disorder
could not get
any more transparent than this.”
Shirley De Ridder - Family member
Vital Survival Guide
most illuminating account I have ever read about bipolar disorder. If
you are a
loved one…you have to read this book!”
David Marvin -
Parent of child with bipolar disorder
driven to write this book out of a deep concern for other bipolar
are not finding there way through it.
that I have seen the light at
other end of the tunnel, I could not live with myself if I
didn’t do everything
in my power; to help
others, who suffer as well. This book is
one of the
bi-products of my desire to help you.
have found the help they needed in my book. . . .
to Hell and Back
Survival Guide: go from hopelessness to victory!
- As a special
bonus, you will receive a free copy of "Surviving Bipolar's
Fatal Grip: The Journey To Hell and Back,"
(downloadable to your computer) which you will immediately receive to
enjoy while waiting for the
softcover book to arrive.
Also, you have permission to distribute this preview to any of
information is absolutely
essential . . . .
for anyone who struggles with symptoms that are common to bipolar
disorder. If you suspect that you or someone you know might be
suffering from this disorder, then please get your copy of this "one-of-a-kind"
book. One out of every five people diagnosed with bipolar disorder
commits suicide because they did not get the help they needed. Don't become a statistic. Please,
right now! You will be very glad you did!
Remember, you are NOT alone! Millions of
suffer from the symptoms
of mania and depression. You will not find a
better resource for getting you on
the road to recovery; a resource that has already
helped numerous others.
Join the many people; those who are
recovering and health care professionals
who have found this book to provide what is
needed. Many people have acclaimed
it to be "required reading" for bipolar sufferers