Wendy Shows Bipolar's Positive Side

Bethan Meredith welcomed her first guest on her Backtracks programme at the weekend.

Wendy Lavin visited Radio Clatterbridge to talk about her new book, Become Your Own Bipolar Lifecoach.

Wendy Lavin

Wendy was able to tell the listeners what had inspired to her write her first book on a subject she knows intimately.

Wendy has bipolar disorder and she is sending out a positive message to those living with bipolar disorder to develop ways to improve their relationship with bipolar disorder.

She also talked the listeners through some songs that have inspired her through her life so far, such as Labi Siffre's Something Inside So Strong.

Her book can be obtained on Amazon and Wendy can contacted at .

I want to again thank Wendy for giving us the time to pop in and be a true inspiration. It was a delightful experience. - Bethan Meredith

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