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From Heights to Depths and Somewhere In Between

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From Heights to Depths and Somewhere In Between by Linda Stoneman
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Description 'From Heights to Depths and Somewhere in Between' is Linda Stoneman's first publication. A true, personal and factual account of some of Linda's life experiences, some of which she believes, triggered her bipolar disorder. Her book starts with a poem she wrote when she was in a high phase of a bipolar episode. In her introduction she discusses 'stress' and the affects of this on our bodies and minds. Linda goes onto reflect on her life so far, highlighted by various personal experiences being a mental health patient. Vivid thoughts of what was going on in her head when psychotic to feelings of deepest despair when depressed. An insider's view of a mental health ward; and the alternative of being treated at home by the Crisis and Treatment team. (CATT). This book will appeal to fellow sufferers to compare experiences, or to someone who has no insight into bipolar but wants to learn more. About the Author Linda Stoneman was born in Bricket Wood, St Albans. She grew up surrounded by a very happy family living in St Albans and then Harpenden. After leaving school she was torn between training as a general nurse or training as a secretary - she chose the latter.Linda worked as a secretary for several large companies including ICI and Barclays Bank. She married Dave in 1982, and in 1988 they had a baby - Sarah. It was after 1988 that Linda started to suffer from depression and then bipolar disorder. With the support from all of her family and the medication, she 'lives' with her bipolar.
Release date NZ
October 10th, 2008
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
Chipmunkapublishing
Pages
120
Dimensions
127x203x7
ISBN-13
9781847477750
Product ID
2668178

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