Why Your Depression Isn't Getting Better by M.D. Michael Bartos
The Epidemic of Undiagnosed Bipolar Disorders

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"Peter was called an alcoholic, and he was sent to an alcohol treatment center, but alcoholism was not his main problem.

Jason was sent to the hospital as an angry, acting out adolescent. He got better only after his bipolar condition was recognized.

Diane was labeled a ""borderline personality disorder"" until a careful evaluation revealed the underlying truth.

Ann looks like a crank abusing speedster. Could she just be treating her hyperactivity?

These are some of the stories of people who were diagnosed with common psychological problems, but who never improved until the true nature of their underlying illnesses were discovered.
Maybe some of these people are just like you. The doctors keep giving you pills and you wonder, Why Your Depression Isn't Getting Better."

About M.D. Michael Bartos

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Bartos is a psychiatrist currently working with Kaiser Permanente in Vallejo, California. He is also the chief of staff at California Specialty Hospital in Vallejo. Previously he has held clinical faculty positions with Penn State University, the Medical University of South Carolina, and Napa State Hospital in California.
Published September 6, 2000 by iUniverse. 212 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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