The author takes you from the marvelous memories of her early childhood to the realities that she faced in adulthood. For fifty-one years, from the ages of eleven to sixty-two, she fought waves of suicidal thinking to come out on top. While six months pregnant with her first child, she was hospitalized for something that kept her awake for seven consecutive days and nights. A diagnosis of bipolar disorder (mania) followed. Finally, after forty-two years, she triumphantly overcame her psychosis. She tells you her inside story and the tools she discovered to conquer all her challenges. Her life of joy and purpose is what she wants to share with you today.He showed me more fearless neutrality, which agitated me all the more. The reaction I needed wasna#39;t happening so I threw the knife on the counter, grabbed the car keys, some clothes, and drove away. Rob was left to ... In the lounge, I met a blind man and struck up a friendship. He invited me ... This shock made me realize that I had been irresponsible. I drove home ... Both my parents were happy to see me every time and we had lots of great conversations about our collective future.
|Title||:||Exit Stage Left|
|Publisher||:||Balboa Press - 2015-05-26|