Natasha Tracy

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Natasha Tracy is an award-winning writer, speaker and consultant from the Pacific Northwest. She has been writing about living with bipolar disorder for more than a decade and been a professional mental health writer for six years.

Natasha is known for speaking her mind, whether that's in front of a crowd of hundreds or through her written work. She is savagely introspective, some would say controversial and doesn't allow political correctness to alter how she thinks about mental illness.

Natasha's work is extensively showcased on HealthyPlace and has also been featured on the Huffington Post, the Daily Mail, Healthline, PsychCentral and elsewhere.

Natasha is currently working on a research project on the patient perspectives of electroconvul

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Natasha Tracy Well, right now I'm working on getting the paperback version of "Lost Marbles" out as quickly as possible. I'm hoping to get it out in the next week.

Well, right now I'm working on getting the paperback version of "Lost Marbles" out as quickly as possible. I'm hoping to get it out in the next week.

After that, though, it's hard to say. There was so much more I wanted to say in "Lost Marbles" that I just had to cut due to length. Specifically talking to loved ones of those with mental illness might be the overall subject for the next book, though.(less)
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I've talked about bipolar and rest before but now I want to add the concepts of choice and empowerment. I want to talk about how choosing rest because of bipolar disorder is actually empowering. I want to talk about taking some power away from the bipolar disorder.

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Thank you so much for your review. I'm honored and humbled you found the book so useful.

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"This is easily the best book I have read concerning living with mental illness, in my 18 years of living with a particularly virulent form of the disease (bipolar). It's written by someone who lives with the illness and NOT by know-it-all doctor...." Read more of this review »
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"This is a powerful self-help book about depression and bipolar disorder. At first, I thought it was a little simplistic, but as the author got into her often terrifying experiences with bipolar and making suggestions for others so afflicted about..." Read more of this review »
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I’ll Run Till the Sun Goes Down by David Sandum
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"Excellent read, really describes what it is like to go through Bipolar depressions and mania. Highly recommend for anyone that has bipolar disorder or has a family member with the disorder."
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