Wendy K. Williamson
Consistently Inconsistent Bipolar Author

Reviews

Reviews

"Williamson's analysis of the mental health field and mental health professionals is insightful without being preachy, and she presents her story with grace and humor."          
Publishers Weekly


"skillfullly weaves together several levels of a young woman's life...
[it] is, like its title, an assertion that a life touched by bipolar disorder is still a life with its own logic.
The book does a great job at describing that logic."   
-The Advocate, National Alliance on Mental Illness


“Listen to what they say.
These chicks have come up with every rule to save your life as you know it.” 

-  Dr. Jay Carter, Psy.D, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Bipolar Disorder



 “This is an incredible resource and edgy self-help guide about bipolar disorder which will soften the blow of the diagnosis, teach you how to cope and manage with the illness and help you navigate on a daily basis.
This book is a must-read because it will save lives.” 
 
-  Andy Behrman, Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania


"Williamson and Rose have thoughtfully written a superb book, 
which lends a helping hand to any reader." 

- Wego Health


"Two Bipolar Chicks Guide to Survival: Tips for Living with Bipolar Disorder is an excellent survival guide for navigating the complexities of the mental health care system.
It is a unique self-help book that approaches the management of bipolar illness with a very practical approach. I especially recommend this book for patients, families, as well as ‘bipolar chicks.’”

Robert C. Bransfield, M.D., DLFA PA, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry,Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Past President, New Jersey Psychiatric Association

“Wendy honestly shares many ideas that have proven successful and she has navigated through dealing with bipolar disorder.  She very much reflects the attitude that she’s now managing the disorder.  With books like this, hopefully perceptions will continue to shift and we won’t be so quick to use labels, but instead see real people and true potential.”

- The Shreveport Times