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I'm a huge fan of Marya's and I love all of her books but this one is my favorite. Captivating, horrifying, honest, and well-written.Published 9 days ago by M. Maher
Like to understand what it feels like to have an intractable illness. Coping with the relentless recurrences must be exhausting yet this author can write prolifically and vividly. Read morePublished 23 days ago by d. V. Edwards m. d.
I really have an interest in learning personal stories about mental illness. This is an eye-opening story for those who know the disorder or experience it in some way in their... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MB
I wish I had read this so much sooner. The clinical descriptions on medical and psychology websites or in the same kind of books do NOT begin to help anyone understand what is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by SeptemberBlue
Very interesting book from a first hand experience ,the author. At some points even scary and sad.
The author tells different maniac episodes and ,this i do not doubt that... Read more
Some parts got kinda dry especially when it went through her hospitalizations. I found the information to be very helpful though.Published 3 months ago by Amlower
A difficult read to start... and restart... and restart... BUT it must be EXACTLY how disconnected and jumbled my relatives with Bipolar feel. A great read just difficult to start.Published 4 months ago by PJ
I am very interested in bi-polar disorder so read this eagerly, But it needed extensive editing...... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jenlou