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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Mary Lives: A Story of Anorexia Nervosa & Bipolar Disorder by Mary Brooks

"With raw emotion and lurid detail, Brooks reveals her secret compulsions in a patchwork of prose and poetry. Readers must navigate the labyrinth of a disturbed mind as the author describes her struggles for sanity. [...] The private hell of anorexia laid bare in a heart-rending story of self-torment and survival." Kirkus Reviews

Description:

In this chaotic, desperate storm the brain tries hard to gather its fragmented parts, and anchor down the guy lines. 

To weather out this hopelessness, this turmoil and this pain, -prevent disintegration until the calm returns and clear skies come again. In this chaotic, desperate storm the brain tries hard to gather its fragmented parts, and anchor down the guy lines. 

To weather out this hopelessness, this turmoil and this pain, -prevent disintegration until the calm returns and clear skies come again. 

"By telling her story, Brooks enlightens readers who suffer or suffered from the same condition she had; telling them that life offers so much more if only they will be strong enough to fight and never give in to their condition. A story of triumph and hope, “Mary Lives - A story of Anorexia Nervosa &amp; Bipolar Disorder” is a testament to man’s indomitable spirit." - prweb


About the author:
Mary is a General Practitioner, a Family Doctor, and became anorexic and depressed at age 12. She writes of the chaos and pain of her life, through her abnormal adolescence and adult years, to the equilibrium of the current day. It is an enlightening and inspiring story of Anorexia Nervosa and Bipolar Affective Disorder or Manic Depression.


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