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Losing My Mind: Dark Secrets of a Wounded Healer

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David Mirich has a terrible secret. From growing up in an abusive household to becoming a hard-working Psychologist, Dr. David Mirich has spent his whole life working through the terrible guilt brought on by one terrible night. How does someone overcome hurting another person in an unfortunate experiment of youth? That's the question Dr. David Mirich has tried to figure ...more
Paperback, 314 pages
Published April 16th 2013 by Sakura Publishing (first published January 1st 2013)
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Jan 25, 2014 Cathy rated it liked it
I finished reading this book back in August, having received an ERC in July. I found the content to be quite disturbing and I felt that I needed to have some distance before I wrote about it. And now, I find that I remember few of the details. I think that my psyche deleted much of it.

I do however remember that there were vivid descriptions of the horrors that he experienced as a child and the lack of love and compassion in his life as he was growing up. And I am not surprised that he perpetuate
Irene Adam
Jan 25, 2014 Irene Adam rated it really liked it
I received a free copy of Losing My Mind through LibraryThing Early Reviewers in exchange for an honest review. The author, a licensed psychologist, writes his autobiography. This is not a heal thyself book and was very disturbing to read with vivid descriptions of the awful horrors and addictions the author experienced throughout his childhood and young adult life. I did note that he did always maintain a semblance of a conscience throughout. Like all addicts it took him many years to get ...more
Debbie Heaton
Jan 25, 2014 Debbie Heaton rated it really liked it
In Dr. Murich’s book, he illustrates growing up in an abusive household and working his way to becoming a psychologist. Dr. Murich has spent his life working through an unfortunate tragedy that happened in his youth and this journey has no doubt contributed to his success of working with troubled individuals throughout the world.

This is an incredible memoir of a complex journey of the human mind. Well worth reading!

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