I have a niece who has recently been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, so I was especially interested in Dr. Jamison's perspective as both a patient and a doctor. It gave me some great insight into what my niece might have been struggling with for many years. I also was relieved to find that there is hope for some peace once time, understanding and the right medications have prevailed.
This is an important book for people wanting to understand relatives and friends who have been diagnosed as bipolar.
Maybe, but probably not. It was a lovely story, but once is enough.
I think she did a fine job.
This was a fun
This is an excellent book, and one I'm recommending to all of my friends. It kept me enthralled from beginning to end, just as much or even more than some of the fiction books I've listened to.
I like Mr. Montalvan's writing very much, and he read his own book well. The fact that he read it himself gave it more weight in my mind, and I felt the love he has for Tuesday even more. His open honesty about his personal situation was moving.
I was in tears at the end, when Tuesday received a diploma along with Mr. Montalvan.
I finished the book and almost wanted to start all over again!
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