This is a 5-book combo. These are the themes that you will find:
Theme 1: Many people have wondered what bipolar disorder is or what the symptoms are. While starting out with these simple facts, this guide goes much deeper into the subject. It covers a wide range of subtopics that will help you understand the nature of the disorder better.
Theme 2: This guide will not leave you in the dark, however; it will talk about these topics and so much more, such as society’s changing view of the disorder, the ages of a borderliner, how they change identities and how medical diagnoses can vary, and the disorder across different races and the two genders.
Theme 3: Are there sociopaths in your life? You bet! You may not recognize them, or they may not be serial killers. Perhaps they are not causing any trouble at all. But to know what to look for, is pretty important, if you ask me. It’s interesting that some people just don’t have that much of a conscience.
Theme 4: If you’ve been looking for a book about narcissism, you probably already have an idea of what it is. Still, we’ll define it in this book before we start expanding on the intricate details of such a personality. In part, because there are so many myths about it and the term gets tossed around like a diaper into a trash been, while most people don’t realize what it is all about.
Theme 5: Co-dependent relationships can be quite the challenge. Many people are in one, even though they don’t realize it. It typically consists of a couple enabling each other or manipulating each other, and individuals who lack self-esteem. Or they might have a feeling that the relationship is all they need or will satisfy all their needs. Often, it is based on a lie or a learned pattern from their childhood.