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  • s  affected with or marked by frenzy or mania uncontrolled by reason
    outbursts of drunken violence and manic activity and creativity

  • Once called manic depression, the disorder afflicted adults.
  • KAY JAMISON: Using her history of manic-depressive illness to understand and help other victims.
  • Amish families offer a clue to manic depression .
News & Articles

  • Hustle's Monday Morning Mayhem - Payback
    Just another Manic Monday..Writer's Note : In case you missed it, LoP Radio went live on the air after Payback, breaking everything down and taking some calls from listeners.
    June 17, 2013 - Lords of Pain
  • Is Market Coming Down Off a Prolonged High?
    The mood of the stock market, manic and upbeat for most of this year, might very well be transitioning to a more depressing, downbeat state of mind. That's the diagnosis from Woody Dorsey, a self-described "master of market psychology."
    June 17, 2013 -
  • A Review of ‘Lend Me a Tenor,’ in Sag Harbor
    “Lend Me a Tenor,” Ken Ludwig’s clever farce set in 1934, is filled with manic disagreements, elaborate subterfuges and broadly telegraphed attempts at seduction.
    June 14, 2013 - New York Times

  • Andrew Robb in The Australian
    What we have seen is the prime minister, and in turn his government, skating across dozens and dozens of issues, almost in a manic sense, and there is ...... no sense of where all of this is taking us as a country,Mr Robb told ABC Television....
  • Samuel Johnson in Times of India
    This pattern suggests that people with manic or bipolar tendencies are drawn to focus on success, money and popular fame,Dr Johnson said.

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