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THE RED BENCH: A DESCENT AND ASCENT INTO MADNESS
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"The magic of Cioffa's work shines its light on the power of the written word." - Julie Davidow, American Contemporary Artist, co-author of Miami Contemporary Artists
"I was always impressed by how courageous a writer Jacqueline is. Keep writing your fine prose." - Mark Blickley, Author of THE SACRED MISFITS
"I am grateful for the courage Jackie gifts others with in sharing her personal journey, tragedies and triumphs. I have shared much of my battle with depression in my writing over the years, but in no way with the poignancy, immediacy, and transparency with which Jackie serves up in this vital biography. I strongly recommend this as a must read for anyone struggling with mental health challenges." - Dennis McHale, Author of THE WINTER BITES MY BONES
As Seen On Bridge Street:
Auburn Native's New Memoir On Mental Illness
"The Red Bench" is a dark deep and brutally honest portrait of her struggle. "I wanted it to be, besides being a lifeline to sanity for me, it was a message of hope and resilience." - localsyr.com/community/bridge-street/auburn-native-s-new-memoir-on-mental-illness/1892502698
'It doesn't discriminate': Auburn native's third book details mental illness
"There's nobody that (mental illness) excludes. It didn't matter that I worked for the best designers in the world. It didn't matter that I had a lot of money or that I was living in Paris or Milan -- none of that mattered. It doesn't discriminate." (Megan Ehrhart, The Citizen)
CNY Native Pens Memoir on Being a Model, Living With Bipolar Disorder-
"There are 46 million people living with this disease, and suicide is becoming more and more prevalent in our society," said author Jacqueline Cioffa. "I just want people who may be alone and suffering through this, [to know] there is help." (Briana Smith, Spectrum News Central New York)
International fashion model, makeup artist to celebs, author, and advocate--Jacqueline Cioffa has done it all. She reflects on her unconventional journey and her struggle to put her life back together after a "manic breakdown." bp Magazine bphope.com/back-chat-jacqueline-cioffa/
About the Author
Visit Jacqueline Cioffa at jacquelinecioffa.com.
- Item Weight : 9.9 ounces
- Paperback : 206 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1794307192
- ISBN-13 : 978-1794307193
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.47 x 9 inches
- Publisher : Independently published (April 1, 2019)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,345,217 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Suffering myself from bipolar disorder, I can't tell you how relatable the book was. This book needs to be read by everyone who suffers with mental illness or love someone with it. This was one of the best if not THE best book, a memoir of her life with bipolar, out today and needs to be read.
Standing O, Jackie.