By Kay Redfield Jamison
WITH a brand new PREFACE by means of THE AUTHOR
In her bestselling vintage, An Unquiet brain, Kay Redfield Jamison replaced the best way we predict approximately moods and madness.
Dr. Jamison is without doubt one of the most efficient professionals on manic-depressive (bipolar) illness; she has additionally skilled it firsthand. For even while she used to be pursuing her occupation in educational medication, Jamison chanced on herself succumbing to a similar exhilarating highs and catastrophic depressions that lots of her sufferers, as her illness introduced her into ruinous spending sprees, episodes of violence, and an attempted suicide.
Here Jamison examines bipolar sickness from the twin views of the healer and the healed, revealing either its terrors and the tough attract that now and then caused her to withstand taking medicine. An Unquiet brain is a memoir of huge candor, vividness, and wisdom—a deeply robust e-book that has either remodeled and stored lives.
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