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What started out as a couple of blog posts blossomed into a following of over 800,000 people--who have all read and been touched by Mowry's stories. The most extraordinary thing he found when writing about his experiences is that the most common comment about his work is "OMG that's me. You are telling my story. I don't feel so alone now." Living with mental illness is hard What started out as a couple of blog posts blossomed into a following of over 800,000 people--who have all read and been touched by Mowry's stories. The most extraordinary thing he found when writing about his experiences is that the most common comment about his work is "OMG that's me. You are telling my story. I don't feel so alone now." Living with mental illness is hard, but it's especially difficult when dealing with more than one condition at the same time. Many books about coping with mental illness focus on one disorder, such as bipolar disorder, anxiety, panic attacks, or depression. Because Dave Mowry didn't see any that dealt with his situation of living with multiple disorders simultaneously, he decided to write about it himself. OMG That's Me! is sometimes funny, often poignant, but always deeply honest, open, and personal. Mowry's stories let others know there is help and there is hope, and that they too can recover and live a full life. This book is a must read for family members and friends who will gain true insight into the experiences of loved ones living with a mental illness. This book is a must read for mental health professionals who will better understand the symptoms faced by their patients. And ordinary people will see the strength, resilience, and beauty of people that will shatter the stigma surrounding mental illness.


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What started out as a couple of blog posts blossomed into a following of over 800,000 people--who have all read and been touched by Mowry's stories. The most extraordinary thing he found when writing about his experiences is that the most common comment about his work is "OMG that's me. You are telling my story. I don't feel so alone now." Living with mental illness is hard What started out as a couple of blog posts blossomed into a following of over 800,000 people--who have all read and been touched by Mowry's stories. The most extraordinary thing he found when writing about his experiences is that the most common comment about his work is "OMG that's me. You are telling my story. I don't feel so alone now." Living with mental illness is hard, but it's especially difficult when dealing with more than one condition at the same time. Many books about coping with mental illness focus on one disorder, such as bipolar disorder, anxiety, panic attacks, or depression. Because Dave Mowry didn't see any that dealt with his situation of living with multiple disorders simultaneously, he decided to write about it himself. OMG That's Me! is sometimes funny, often poignant, but always deeply honest, open, and personal. Mowry's stories let others know there is help and there is hope, and that they too can recover and live a full life. This book is a must read for family members and friends who will gain true insight into the experiences of loved ones living with a mental illness. This book is a must read for mental health professionals who will better understand the symptoms faced by their patients. And ordinary people will see the strength, resilience, and beauty of people that will shatter the stigma surrounding mental illness.

30 review for OMG That's Me!: Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, and More...

  1. 4 out of 5

    Michael Casteel

    OMG THATS ME! Speechless I loved this book, it helped me understand my depression and bipolar and anxiety all in one! Thank you for your words! Five star. Because it’s so bluntly true and BOLD! I recommend this book to all mental illness people... and their loved friends and family!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Doreen Gabriel Richard

    Yes, It is!! Recently I was diagnosed. It wasn't an easy day, but it brought relief. This book said it all! I told my youngest son, 32, first. He suffers with similar symptoms and is getting a new psychiatrist. No meds have worked so far. It's bonded us closer!! I guess since we're so alike and now he feels he has someone he can really relate to, we're closer than ever!! So glad I read this!! Yes, It is!! Recently I was diagnosed. It wasn't an easy day, but it brought relief. This book said it all! I told my youngest son, 32, first. He suffers with similar symptoms and is getting a new psychiatrist. No meds have worked so far. It's bonded us closer!! I guess since we're so alike and now he feels he has someone he can really relate to, we're closer than ever!! So glad I read this!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    It Is Almost Me I've never read a book where I really looked at it and thought "this is it, I get it". Immediately I wanted to shove it in the face of friends and family. Luckily I'm young so I don't relate much when it comes to list years. But I want to believe that with the support of a community I'll only ever deal with the list weeks or months i currently have. This book was a relief. It Is Almost Me I've never read a book where I really looked at it and thought "this is it, I get it". Immediately I wanted to shove it in the face of friends and family. Luckily I'm young so I don't relate much when it comes to list years. But I want to believe that with the support of a community I'll only ever deal with the list weeks or months i currently have. This book was a relief.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Hali Dee

    His telling of his personal experiences was decent and relatable, but the actual writing was repetitive and juvenile. He constantly brought up his other novel which was irritating, maybe focus on making this one better instead of upselling your other work. Frankly, I hated the format of the book with the comments section that offered little to no food for thought.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey

    Finally, something to help me realize I’m not alone, there’s hope, there’s help, there’s support and there’s humor in the worst of times. I may not have bipolar disorder but I do suffer from anxiety and panic attacks and this book shows there are people going through what I go through. Thank you Dave!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lynne Harris

    OMG! Is right I definitely saw myself in the author. This book makes me more confident about writing my own because we all experience mental illness uniquely and differently. People can get a more well-rounded understanding when there is multiple viewpoints.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Damian Konopka

    Honest and compassionate look at bipolar Being an advocate for the mentally ill, I read with great interest Mowry’s book and applaud it. So much that we experience is the same with this illness, and some things are different. A powerful read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kristy Damico

    Yes it's definetely me....... This book gave me hope, when the world makes dealing with Mental Health so very difficult. Reading this book let me let my guard down and learn some of the reasons why and how it's ok to not be ok. Thankyou Yes it's definetely me....... This book gave me hope, when the world makes dealing with Mental Health so very difficult. Reading this book let me let my guard down and learn some of the reasons why and how it's ok to not be ok. Thankyou

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Lou

    Written truth that rings true.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Jones

    Inspiring and comforting This book was a great read. Though pur experiences differ our condition is the same. It was nice to see someone who could put my thoughts into words

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kristina Bryan

    This book is important.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Katherine C.

    This book really resonated with me. It’s comforting to know that I’m not going through this roller coaster ride alone.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sasha

    I enjoyed OMG! That's Me! It was a short read with good insight. I enjoyed OMG! That's Me! It was a short read with good insight.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    Pretty repetitive, since these are a collection of various blog posts.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Vicki

    Raw real and hopeful Easy to read and made an impact. Dave's writing is raw but very relatable. Telling how it really is with bipolar will no doubt help many people. Raw real and hopeful Easy to read and made an impact. Dave's writing is raw but very relatable. Telling how it really is with bipolar will no doubt help many people.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    I have no words....but no wait...yes I do. Wow. I'm a blogger and just realized that a lot of my material comes from manic episodes. So in a way I feel like my condition is necessary for me to express myself. But would I need to express myself if I were normal? I'll figure that out when my 5th to do list reminder tells me to research that. Seriously. What a beautiful mess I've made I have no words....but no wait...yes I do. Wow. I'm a blogger and just realized that a lot of my material comes from manic episodes. So in a way I feel like my condition is necessary for me to express myself. But would I need to express myself if I were normal? I'll figure that out when my 5th to do list reminder tells me to research that. Seriously. What a beautiful mess I've made

  17. 4 out of 5

    louise linskill

    Great read This book resonated with me in so many ways. After years of memory loss, depressive episodes anxiety and panic. Days of hypomania sleeplessness and scattered thoughts.At 61 years I have only just been diagnosed but reading this made me feel less alone and gave me so many helpful strategies

  18. 4 out of 5

    Gail Banda

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  20. 5 out of 5

    Linda Deslauriers

  21. 4 out of 5

    Albadini Purja

  22. 5 out of 5

    Andrea M.

  23. 5 out of 5

    cathy

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Murphy

  25. 5 out of 5

    Barbara McClean

  26. 4 out of 5

    Marvin

  27. 5 out of 5

    Leslie Erin Quinn

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

  29. 4 out of 5

    Connie L Webb

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay Lewis

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