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During manic episodes, children with bipolar disorder will feel anger and rage—and with greater intensity—rather than elation or euphoria that is common in adults. Bipolar in children combine the depressive and manic states together to form ‘aggressive depression.’ However, because they lack the emotional maturity to manage these outbursts, they require personalized help. Here’s a look into bipolar rage and the best strategies for parents and caregivers.

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15 Tips For Parents To Manage Bipolar Episodes In Their Children
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