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This book was an easy read and very helpful in understanding bipolar disorder.
This book will help families who might have loved ones, diagnosed or not, to get help, and most importantly, to get the right kind of help.
Kay Redfield Jamison tells the story of her battle with bipolar disorder with amazing candor.
I definitely wouldn't recommend this book to anybody who is not currently suffering from bipolar disorder or how she likes to put it manic-depressive illness. Read morePublished 5 days ago by PamzDev
I just finished this book. I picked it up in a bookstore when it first came out but didn't buy it. Now I'm sorry because it really is an amazing,window into a world that is almost... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Al Kamieniecki
This book helped me understand the inner workings of someone suffering from a mental illness. She did not try to sugar coat it or make it seem like everything was fine once she... Read morePublished 7 days ago by jules
Great perspective on bipolar disorder. Highly detailed and relatable whether you know someone with the disease or have it yourself. Awesome read.Published 14 days ago by Carrie Herbert
Excellent primar and explanation of Bipolar disorder from a person suffering from the disease. Afflicted with the disease. Read morePublished 15 days ago by WilliamC
I highly recommend this book for anyone diagnosed with, or treating someone diagnosed with, an affective disorder. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Brittany
I have read other Jamisn works but somehow not this one until now. She's an excellent writer. The honesty and detail impressed me greatly. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Sandra Hutchins
A must read for anyone with disturbing thoughts.
The book says that one must keep going and not continue to stay
in that dark place.