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100 Days of Mental Health

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Fed up with the assumption that people with mental health problems are crazy or dangerous, this book sets out to show that far from being dangerous, the vast majority of the time you are actually just sat around in your pants, binge thinking or pretending to enjoy yourself in social situations. Join Paul for this light hearted and bumpy journey into ‘self-discovery’.
ebook, eBook, 257 pages
Published September 19th 2017 by Pronoun
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This book is unique in that it is literally a 100-day journal of Green's mental state. Truth be told, I did not finish the book; I couldn't. I found that his descriptions so accurately reflected the unpredictability and pain of living with a mental disorder that it was slightly triggering for me. Coupled with the fact that I was reading it just about the time I was weaning my third child (a very sensitive time for me emotionally), I couldn't emotionally handle reading about his struggle. I remem ...more
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