Mad Like Me: Travels in Bipolar Country

Mad Like Me: Travels in Bipolar Country by Merryl Hammond 0987678884 9780987678881
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Have you ever wondered what its like to live with bipolar disorder? Ever agonized about whether your own or a loved ones mood swings are normal or not? This is the book for you! Mad Like Me: Travels in Bipolar Country takes you on a wild, no-holds-barred gallop through one health professionals battles with bipolar disorder. In 2008, Hammond was struck with bipolar disorder at age 51. Just imagine: almost overnight, she flipped from being a researcher and public health consultant to a locked-ward patient. She shares everything she learned along the way about how to reclaim your own mental health and maintain stability, and does so in an accessible, readable, often humorous way.

Her fearless honesty in vividly retelling events helps to demystify this much-misunderstood mental illness, and to humanize the people it affects. The book is proof that hope and recovery are possible, and a poignant salute to her family who stood by her through the pain and triumph of their shared saga. This is an essential resourcefor patients working towards recovery, for families who need insight into what it is truly like to have bipolar disorder, and for therapists, nurses, and psychiatrists. Readers and reviewers have raved: mesmerizing, captivating, riveting, compelling, elucidating, enlightening, inspiring, remarkable, deeply personal, stunningly sincere, a must-read, beautifully written, powerfully honest, a bullseye. For videos, photos and media links about the author, her family and the book, please visit merrylhammond.com.

If you enjoyed Kay Jamisons classic 1996 memoir, "An Unquiet Mind" or Marya Hornbachers 2009 triumph, "Madness: A Bipolar Life", youre going to devour this latest bipolar memoir! Hammond says her mission is now to fight the stigma against all forms of mental illness, in all age groups. She hopes that youll join that undertaking once youve read her book.

Author: Merryl Hammond

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 288

Publisher: Consultancy for Alternative Education (CAE Canada)

Publication Date: 2018-08-16


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