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The Quick Survival Guide for Mood Disorders: A Process Made Simple
The purpose of this book is to address mental illness and the impact that it is having on todays society and to offer a guide to seeking professional help if needed. The author and publishing company shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused or alleged to have been caused directly or indirectly. This book is intended to be a guide, and it is not intended to be used as a diagnosing tool or for the purpose of any type of treatment. The purpose of the book is only to act as a guide and a tool to gain information about mental illness and some of its signs and symptoms. If one thinks that he or she or someone that he or she knows may be suffering from a mental illness, it is recommended that the person seek professional counsel with a doctor, clinician, or person licensed to diagnose and treat mental illness. It is estimated that nearly one and every five adults in America have been diagnosed with or suffer a mental disorder each year. The issue of mental health remains surrounded by stigma and misunderstanding. The problem of mental illness requires greater attention as a major twenty-first-century public health challenge. Among millions of affected Americans, fewer than half get help even though 80 to 90 percent of mental disorders are treatable using medication and other therapies. These disorders take an enormous toll on individuals and families, as well as the society. The Quick Survival Guide for Mood Disorders is an educational tool that will help families deal with the challenges of depression, anxiety, addiction, and anger management. The guide has been created as a tool to help and support families that may be or is dealing with someone with a mental illness.