This website will not gather or ask for information about you (it does use Google Analytics, but that leaves you anonymous. One of these days I might even figure out how to use it).
PsychEducation.org began in 2001 as a way to explain tricky stuff to my patients and colleagues. I write in plain english, but also provide research references. Skepticism is welcome. A book version of the main ideas is available — written in plain english but fully referenced (originally for professionals but I tried to make it intelligible for anyone who wants all the details). I’ve also written two books that cover the same material but are simpler to read — not dumbed down but not so detailed). One from years ago that people seem to still like, and a much more recent one with colleague Chris Aiken. Here they all are.
Or you can work your way around this website. It’s free. No strings. Just not quite as organized as the books. Over the years it has accumulated several hundred pages on many bipolar-related topics. See the Table of Contents link at the top of this page for an overview of the Essentials, the Details, and the Technical pages available.