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This is a reasoned case for the prevalence of Manic-depressive syndrome amount get create open,etc. The book makes a strong case without reducing artist to mere symptom-sufferers.Published 5 days ago by Michael Pearson
She qualifies herself way too much...never gets to the "meat of the matter". Thought the book would deal more on how artists in general, even in today's world, suffer from... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Snowshoe
Excellent book in seeing what its like to be bipolar and the terrible devastating effects of mental illness both to the patient and their loved ones.Published 1 month ago by S. Cuevas
I guess Dr. Jamison did at least do me a small favour in that I may not have to read several other books since about 90% of her book is nothing but direct quotes of famous... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sheila J. Ferrell
Arrived on time and in the condition described. This is definitely not as good as KRJ's first book, An Unquiet Mind.Published 1 month ago by Stacey M Pearson
Beautifully written and well-researched. It's a refreshing read from a highly intelligent author.Published 3 months ago by Club Racer
If you're looking for more of a story telling take, read her memoir in An Unquiet Mind. Both are excellent booksPublished 4 months ago by J. Carter