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To Fly Again: Portrait of a BIPOLAR Life

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To Fly Again- Portrait of a BIPOLAR Life
Must reading for mental health care professionals, for persons diagnosed with bipolar disorder and their loved ones, and for individuals experiencing grief and loss. Author Rachelle Hasnas’ To Fly Again- Portrait of a BIPOLAR Life is a deeply compelling, poignant, eye opening and raw portrayal of pain and loss and of possibility and
Kindle Edition, 254 pages
Published April 21st 2015 by Helm Publishing
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Laura Marchildon
Sep 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing
“To Fly Again: Portrait of a Bipolar Life”, by Rachelle Hasnas, LCSW is a very emotional, heart wrenching memoir about a mother’s loss of her son by accidental overdose due to his mental illness.

Joshua struggled his whole life with Bipolar Disorder. Once he reached high school, he began self-medicating with drugs in order to quell his mental turmoil. Rachelle, his mother and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, attempted time after time to get Joshua the appropriate medical care but each time he
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