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The Fruitcake Factory

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A fictional representation of life with mental illness.
Follow the lives of several mentally ill patients in a psychiatric facility and what life holds for them in the outside world.
Kindle Edition, 123 pages
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Mark Schultz
Feb 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Mental illness does not a respect persons at any level, it knows no boundaries. Mental illness manifests in so many different ways and intensities, that nearly any person could receive a diagnosis as mentally ill, at one time or another in their life. I have known many people who are or have been mentally ill. Some recover and some do not.
I think this book does an excellent job of displaying the internal and external struggles mentally ill people endure. This book is quite funny at times.
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Roberta Glacken was born in Baltimore, MD. and moved to the Eastern Shore of MD. at the age of 6. She has always had a love for anything creative. Rather cooking, baking, writing, knitting or just decorating the house, her creativity is always going.
Roberta has fought with bipolar disorder and social anxiety for years. Now a member of Go-Getters in Newark, MD., she has set her sights on writing