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Episode 4

Published on:

30th Jan 2020

Crossover - Courage against Bipolar 1

Brett Stevens is my guest and he talks about his fight against Bipolar 1. It's a can't miss episode of the courage of Brett Stevens , author of the very Popular book about Brett and his three major manic episodes and how he Crossed Over to  be in a good place today. His book is called:

 Crossover - A Look Inside a Manic Mind - which describes his three manic episodes in amazing detail.

Check it out at his website  https://www.insideamanicmind.com 

You can also find more information about Brett Stevens at:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/crossoverthebook 

Tweeter:   https://twitter.com/crossover_book

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brett-stevens-102b6b196 


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About the Podcast

OTR - Achieving Mental Health for Real
This podcast offers hope for people who suffer with Depression/Anxiety, ADHD, OCD, Bi Polar, PTSD, Dyslexia and other mental health conditions. We have interviews with ordinary people that share their stories of recovery. We also have experts and coaches that offer techniques on how to achieve mental health for real. I think there is a lot of information, help and hope on the voyage home. Write me at overtherainbowbob@gmail.com Or follow on Twitter @Overtherain1bow https://twitter.com/overtherain1bow Or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/otrachievingmentalhealhfr /><

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Robert Adleman

I am a 64-year-old male with ADHD, OCD, severe depression, severe  anxiety, and dyslexia. I struggled for 40 years working in the high-pressured Information technology field. Even though it was good money, I didn't have much luck in the financial department.
In 1991, at the age of 33, was when the severe anxiety attack occurred, and the support system was not there to handle it. So, I checked myself in to a mental hospital in Piscataway, NJ. That started my long road to recovery. After the attack, I was severely depressed and anxious for 6 months. This experience is detailed in episode four "Beating Severe Anxiety/Depression".