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There is still not a lot of systematized, verified, and most importantly, understandable information about bipolar disorder in Russian. Fortunately, the situation is starting to improve - and here is another useful educational initiative in this regard. Maria Pushkina, journalist, founder of the Bipolarniki association and author of the book of the same name about the life of people with bipolar disorder, announced a fundraiser for the publication of a self-help manual based on the recommendations of psychiatrists and the personal experience of the association's members. The illustrations for the book were drawn by Alexandra Skochilenko, who published an autobiographical comic strip about depression five years ago. The main focus of the new book will be “what anyone can do for themselves to smooth out mood swings and maintain balance.”