healthy living

July 2006
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);7/17/2006, Vol. 58 Issue 29, p83
This article presents the case of Jan Ashe, who says online therapy site MoodGYM helped her cope with her bipolar disorder. According to Ashe, medication stabilizes her but does not stop the mood swings. At the end of each section, the computer reviews how she respond to problems, how anxiety levels compares to others and how they cope.


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