The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide: What You and Your Family Need to Know
by David Miklowitz
Filled with solid information and practical advice on dealing with bipolar disorder.
The Burden of Sympathy: How Families Cope With Mental Illness
by David Allen Karp
Karp, a sociology professor presents the stories of 60 families afflicted with a mental illness.
The Peace of Mind Prescription: An Authoritative Guide to Finding the Most Effective Treatment for Anxiety and Depression
by Dennis S. Charney and Charles B. Nemeroff
A useful guide to identify, treat, and help overcome anxiety and depression.
What To Do When Someone You Love Is Depressed: A Practical, Compassionate, and Helpful Guide
by Mitch Golant, Susan K. Golant
Directed toward the caregiver or "strengthened ally" of any of the more than seventeen million Americans who suffer from this common but often misunderstood affliction.
When Someone You Love Has a Mental Illness
by Rebecca Woolis, Agnes Hatfied
This book is a step-by-step guide to more successful interpersonal relationships between family and patients.
When Someone You Love is Depressed: How to Help Your Loved One Without Losing Yourself
by Laura Epstein Rosen, Xavier F. Amador
The authors teach concrete methods that you and your loved one can use to protect yourselves and your relationship from depression's impact.
Within Our Reach: Ending the Mental Health Crisis
by Rosalynn Carter
The former First Lady, along with co-authors Susan K. Golant and Kathryn E. Cade render insightful, unspairing assessments of the state of mental health using stories from her 35 years of advocacy. They discuss larger issues of a subject previously shrouded in stigma and shadow and the successes and shortcomings of the system of mental health care.