In Med Free Bipolar you will learn:
The primary goal of Med Free Bipolar is to show that treating bipolar effectively through natural means is not only possible, but highly likely. The Med Free Method is designed as a fourth treatment option over being medicated, unmedicated, or self-medicated, written by a peer who has been through it and backed by scientifically-proven, field-tested methods.
Currently working as a metal health peer specialist, Aspen's former career as an international investigative journalist ended abruptly in a hospitalization to a padded cell with a drain in the floor. Told she should apply for disability and not have children due to her mental illness, at age 22, Aspen had given up hope life would ever be normal again.
Speaking out now for the first time, she shares how she beat the odds and recovered fully. From food stamps to business woman of the year, Aspen has spent the past 10 years putting her investigative skills to use in this best-selling book. Learn how thousands have recovered, in this step by step guide: Med Free Bipolar.
©2014 Aspen L Morrow (P)2016 Aspen L Morrow
Giving the whole picture of making one's mind healthy with diet, supplements, life choices.
Loved the eye opening chapter on Salt
I bought a hard copy of this book after listening to it to have it in my home library and I reference it almost weekly.
"It's been agony, but I couldn't have done it any other way." - Quentin Crisp
There are parts of this book that are worthwhile. The brief description of her history with bipolar was touching and relatable. Some of the ideas in the book may be worth considering, though they're pretty standard recommendations for people into natural health. It's unfortunately clear that she leans too readily into quackery and gives the impression that she lacks the appropriate education to have written this book and to presenting these claims. You kind of go into a book like this expecting exaggerations and misrepresentations of research, but the infomercial component began to wear on me.
This just to say, this book may be interesting and worth listening to many, but take everything in it with a grain of salt. (Pink Himalayan or otherwise.)
The real problem I have with having paid for this book is that it's basically a 7 hour long infomercial for a vitamin product called Empowerplus Q96 or something, which is clearly a multilevel marketing company and which seems to be known for aggressive marketing tactics and misleading marketing, as is typical with these kind of direct sales companies. There should be a disclaimer that the primary purpose of this book seems to be to promote a specific product which the author seems to benefit from selling.
grate for people who have bipola and hate meds i mean struggle to deal with the many sifeafect meds give you im from the uk so some of things talked about are hard to get and cost more but small steps and the reashurance of this book has helped me cut down my meds and deal with bipola symptems im not med free but this book gives you hope
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