Amazon UK Book Reviews

crothfam67

5.0 out of 5 stars  I now have a better understanding and insight into how badly this affects them

15 June 2018

Format: Paperback |Verified Purchase

For anyone who is suffering from, or knows someone suffering from, depression this book is a must read, It is a frank and honest account of the author’s own battle with depression and suicidal thoughts.

I know some people that struggle with this illness and, having read this book, I now have a better understanding and insight into how badly this affects them. I highly recommend this book. It will open your eyes to this debilitating mental health illness, but also give hope that it is possible to battle it and live a productive life.

Hamnet

5.0 out of 5 stars  A must-read book

3 June 2018

Format: Paperback|Verified Purchase

For anyone that suffers with/ knows someone with mental health problems, this is first-person account of her battle with poor mental health. It’s well written in that you can easily understand what she went through.

Amazon Customer

5.0 out of 5 stars  Five Stars

15 March 2018

Format: Paperback|Verified Purchase

Impressed. Well written, positive and helpful about a difficult subject

 

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