Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis

Book Contributor Feature #9 (Phyllis and Wonderful Creature)

Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis by Ashley L. Peterson from Mental Health @ Home Books

This is the last one of the contributor features for Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis.  Thanks to all of them for sharing their stories!

For more details on the book, including info on the other contributors, please visit the Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis page.

Check out the latest review of the book from Caz at Invisibly Me: https://invisiblyme.com/2019/09/19/psychdiagnosisbook/

Phyllis Engle

Phyllis blogs at Color Me Bipolar, and shared her experience with bipolar II disorder:

“The mood swings are very difficult to deal with. They often leave me feeling like I am going crazy.  One moment I am fine, then at the drop of a hat, I am depressed or hypomanic or even both!  I think the thing that is most difficult for me to live with is the horrible depths of depression that I go through.”

Over the two weeks following the release of Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis, I’ll be featuring the amazing contributors to the book and excerpts from their narratives.

For more details on the book, including info on the other contributors, please visit the Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis page.

Wonderfull Creature

Wonderfull Creature, who blogs at Mental Illness Warrior, shared her experience with borderline personality disorder:

“I’m either all the way having a crisis or all the way to the other side pretending and acting like everything is fine…  I struggle with feeling like I’m not real and don’t know who I am, and sometimes I feel like I finally found who I am just to lose that again, so I constantly don’t know where I fit into this world.”

Over the two weeks following the release of Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis, I’ll be featuring the amazing contributors to the book and excerpts from their narratives.

For more details on the book, including info on the other contributors, please visit the Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis page.

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