What a great book review from Thomas Dahlborg, fellow author and mental health/bullying advocate

Book Review by Thomas Dahlborg   

Dahlborg Healthcare Leadership Group (DHLG), Relationship Centred Leader, Child Advocate, Author: The BIG KID and…Basketball

Escaping the Rabbit Hole by Tracey Maxfield is brilliant.

“This book is a must read for anyone living with depression or caring for someone with depression, and for anyone who wants to know more about this greatly misunderstood mental health illness. Tracey shows us that words can be powerful and healing, and with time, it is possible to emerge from the rabbit hole of darkness and despair and reclaim your life. This is a story of courage, of hope, and of never giving up.”

Thank you for writing this amazing book Tracey.

#bullying #stopbullying #depression #suicide #nurse #healthcare #nurseleader

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Escaping the Rabbit Hole

This book is a must read for anyone living with depression or caring for someone with depression, and for anyone who wants to know more about this greatly misunderstood mental health illness.

 

 

 

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