Bipolar No More

Michelle J. Holtby

Memoir of a blessing disguised as a tragedy. More than two million Americans have bipolar disorder. In her memoir, Michelle Holtby tells how the illness ruined-and saved-her life. In May 2001, at age

ISBN10 : 9781432731380 , ISBN13 : 1432731386

Page Number : 292

Powerless No More

Jody Yarde Xlibris Corporation

Powerless No More is a story of hope for anyone dealing with a history of broken relationships, destructive addictions, or families who have almost given up on the addict in their lives. This memoir d

ISBN10 : 1469167832 , ISBN13 : 9781469167831

Page Number : 60

The Last Asylum

Barbara Taylor University of Chicago Press

Barbara Taylor's The Last Asylum is a haunting memoir about illness and the psychiatric health system. A well-regarded historian of nineteenth-century British history and literature, Taylor hasn't mer

ISBN10 : 022627392X , ISBN13 : 9780226273921

Page Number : 320

Monkey Mind

Daniel Smith Simon and Schuster

Daniel Smith’s Monkey Mind is the stunning articulation of what it is like to live with anxiety. As he travels through anxiety’s demonic layers, Smith defangs the disorder with great humor and evo

ISBN10 : 1439177325 , ISBN13 : 9781439177327

Page Number : 224

Tell Me I M Here

Anne Deveson Penguin Books

This is the compelling story of Jonathan, a charming teenager who turns into a fearful and tormented young man; it is also the heart-rending story of a mother facing the realisation that her child is

ISBN10 : , ISBN13 : UOM:39015060596411

Page Number : 283

Welcome Silence

Carol North

This is the amazing true story of one woman's journey deep into mental illness and her return to sanity -- and to a successful life and career. Carol North was diagnosed with schizophrenia in college.

ISBN10 : 9780788099274 , ISBN13 : 0788099272

Page Number : 324