I'm almost ready to release my third book, which is not something I would have ever imagined myself saying. It's called Managing the Depression Puzzle: Putting the Pieces Together, and it provides a comprehensive, holistic look at how to manage illnesses with a depressive component. Not surprisingly, I don't mean holistic in a woo-woo sense; … Continue reading I Have a New Book Coming Out!
Let's Pretend This Never Happened is a (mostly true) memoir by Jenny Lawson. This is her first book; I previously reviewed her second book, Furiously Happy. Jenny has a fabulously quirky sense of humour. The book is packed with plenty of wildlife, alive, taxidermied, and otherwise. The book starts off with a bang in the … Continue reading Book Review: Let’s Pretend This Never Happened
All She Wrote: Catharsis & Absolution, is a book of poetry by Paula Light. It focuses on the myriad emotions that go along with relationship heartbreak. There are poems about narcissism, gaslighting, and other highly charged circumstances. There's also a poem about a non-starter online relationship and Google stalking. Here are some of my favourite … Continue reading Book Review: All She Wrote
I've seen other bloggers working on or publishing memoirs, and I had decided a little while back that it was something I'd be interested in doing too. I even started working on writing it. Except I've started wondering if I should reconsider. There's a lot of work that would be involved in writing, publishing, and … Continue reading Memoirs – To Write or Not to Write?
Polishing the Facets of Life with Bipolar is a memoir by E.M. Sebree about learning to live with bipolar disorder. Like many people bipolar, she was first diagnosed with depression, which was triggered by sexual abuse. While she was still in high school she became manic, and she shares the psychotic symptoms she experienced and her … Continue reading Book Review: Polishing the Facets of Life with Bipolar
Ashley who blogs at mental health home, has written an amazing book, and I thought I’d promote it for her! I think its a must have for anyone dealing with a mental illness, or anyone who has a loved one who has a mental illness. Here is a blurb about the book. Making Sense of […] … Continue reading Making sense of psychiatric diagnosis by Ashley Peterson — Therapy Bits
A wonderful new review of my book Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis, from MichelleWriterBlog! via Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis Review
The first review is in for Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis! Johnzelle Anderson LPC of Panoramic Counseling (who is also a contributor) shares his thoughts on the book here: https://panoramiccounseling.com/making-sense-of-psychiatric-diagnosis/ Thanks so much Johnzelle, both for contributing to the book and for the awesome review! Want to pick up a copy? It's available on: Amazon … Continue reading The first review of Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis
New book release! Making Sense of Diagnosis: Understanding the DSM-5 Available today! Available on: Amazon as an ebook or paperback Apple Books Barnes & Noble Google Play Kobo Mental Health @ Home Store (at a discounted price) The ebook version is available on all of these sites. The paperback version is only available through Amazon. … Continue reading Released today – Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis!
It's here... Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis: Understanding the DSM-5 Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis was released on September 9. It's available on Amazon and other major ebook retailers. Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis aims to cut through the misinformation, stigma, and assumptions that surround mental illness and give a clear picture of what mental … Continue reading Coming in 2 Weeks! – Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis
Hello I Want to Die Please Fix Me: Depression in the First Person is written by journalist Anna Mehler Paperny, and is both a story of her own personal experiences of suicidality and an in-depth journalistic exploration of depression and suicide. The author has done her research well. The book contains information gleaned from interviews with … Continue reading Book Review: Hello I Want to Die Please Fix Me