August 26, 2007

 

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I have just written an overview of what it's like to be a psychiatrist for 30 years and also have Bipolar Disorder. I submitted it to David in response to his call for success stories of Bipolar patients.

I am currently starting a memior on the subject and hope to get some suggestions and feedback. I also hope to publish this memior once it's done. I am working on a book proposal to garner interest from agents, publishers and editors for the future.

Thanks, Nancy Kermath MD
Senior Staff Psychiatrist at AMRTC--Anoka Metro-Regional Treatment Center, 3301 7th Avenue North, Anoka, Minnesota
55303.

Posted by: Nancy Kermath MD at April 19, 2008 8:12 AM

I wrote about myself hear and being a bipolar psychiatrist. But I don't know what URL is.

What is it?

Posted by: Nancy Kermath MD at April 19, 2008 8:14 AM

is a person with bi polar disorder handycaped

Posted by: brooke at May 2, 2008 11:33 AM

Just read the question and answer section. Noticed that there are only a few comments. Wonder why? I have worked for many years to heal the wounds that came from having a mentally ill mother. Sometimes I feel that I will always feel the loss. I found it easiest for my psyche to describe my mom as a permanent loss when she was living. She died 3 years ago. It was a relief. She became the center of our family. I have bipolar and OCD disorders. There was no nurturing available for me as I became the emotional caretaker of my mom. I have some good - very good female friends. It helps.

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