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Bipolar disorder can range from mild to extreme cases. In severe cases, the depressive phase can result in suicide and the manic phase can involve dangerous aggressive and impulsive behaviours. Reality may be hard to focus on. The social implications are huge working and maintaining a relationship may be impossible.

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About: Symptoms of dipolar

Date: 7 November 2004

Source: The Sunday Times

URL: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,8123-1350258,00.html

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