A Mood Apart The Thinker's Guide to Emotion and Its Disorders [Kindle ePUB Pdf] By Peter C. Whybrow



10 thoughts on “A Mood Apart The Thinker's Guide to Emotion and Its Disorders

  1. says:

    Once I started this book I couldn't help wanting to finish itIt's far from perfect the author isn't Oliver Sacks but wishes he were and is a little too keen to extoll the virtues of modern medicine while downplaying the perfectly good reasons why many patients have a hard time with psych meds hospitalization and other forms of treatmentBut

  2. says:

    I've been reading this book on and off for a long long time the subject reuiring a very specific state of mind and often hitting rather close to home not so much the parts about mania but the descriptions of depression definitely fel

  3. says:

    Reading for added knowledge for the diagnoses etc that I come across at work it is incredibly well written and articulate

  4. says:

    The author a psychiatrist attempts to explain to the lay person the physical causes of depression and mania and the way psychiatric drugs such as Prozac and Lithium work to keep these illnesses under control He uses real life examples of depressed and bipolar people to help the reader's understandingConsidering that much of this book concern

  5. says:

    didn't finish

  6. says:

    Having lived with someone with bipolar who was a poster child for keeping the disorder in check and having met Peter Whybrow this is a great book to read It provides invaluable insight into the disease as well as other mental illne

  7. says:

    The science and research that informs treatment for mood disorders manic depression in particular Made me reali

  8. says:

    This is the single best book I have ever read about affective disorders eg depression The author is compassionate and a humanitarian in addition to being a medical man who can and does describe the brain science of depression and how anti depressive medicines workMoreover he writes about the phenomenon of depression in a way that i

  9. says:

    An excellent book for anyone who has ever been forced to ask why? This is one of the best books I've ever read on mood disorders It's heart felt terrifying and compassionate It beautifully combines explanations of the science behind these disorders with the emotional impact they have on the sufferers and the people who lo

  10. says:

    This is a very good discussion of depression and mania and the ways they intersect It's slightly dated now in terms of some of the theories regarding the causes of depression and bipolar disorder but it's still a good treatment of th

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

download ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Peter C. Whybrow

A compassionate exploration of depression and manic depression ForecastThe most thorough and wide ranging discussion for lay readers about the interplay of the. Reading for added knowledge for the diagnoses etc that I come across at work it is incredibly well written and articulate And fascinating For anyone who wants to know about mood disorders depression and wants to write a truly literary book about such subjects

summary A Mood Apart The Thinker's Guide to Emotion and Its Disorders

A Mood Apart The Thinker's Guide to Emotion and Its Disorders

Physical and emotional elements of depression and manic depression His presentation is illuminating and the case histories demonstrate his sensitivity and ski. Having lived with someone with bipolar who was a poster child for keeping the disorder in check and having met Peter Whybrow this is a great book to read It provides invaluable insight into the disease as well as other mental illnesses and how to navigate them The most important thing to take away is that mental disorders reuire a three pronged approach 1 self awareness and acknowledgement that you have the disease 2 therapy 3 consistent medication If people don t embrace all three they will forever be plagued with the highs and lows that go hand in hand with most mental illness Definitely a good read

download ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Peter C. Whybrow

Ll as a clinician Whybrow's presentation offers a deeper understanding of along with a humane and wise approach to these very troubling illnesses Kirkus Review. The science and research that informs treatment for mood disorders manic depression in particular Made me realize how specific some of the interventions areand that the best outcome is from a combination of correctly chosen drugs sometimes shock therapy and talk therapy This was published in 1997 I m guessing there have been advances in treatment since then My copy from 1997 had a different subtitle Depression Mania and Other Afflictions of the Self I wonder why the change for the 1998 edition Sales He uotes from Kay Redfield Jamison s memoir An Unuiet Mind 1995 madness carves its own reality