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A young woman's bright future is suddenly ruined and her path forever altered after a late night encounter with a peer proves a trigger for a devastating mental illness. This results in the fight of her life, with everything on the line, including relationships with family members, and even loss of her own life. But this is a story of one who fought back and worked to recl A young woman's bright future is suddenly ruined and her path forever altered after a late night encounter with a peer proves a trigger for a devastating mental illness. This results in the fight of her life, with everything on the line, including relationships with family members, and even loss of her own life. But this is a story of one who fought back and worked to reclaim what she had lost. The journey is filled with twists and turns with interesting and unexpected friends made along the way. You are invited to travel with her in this moving memoir, which was written with the intention to shine a light on the humanity of those who suffer from severe mental illness.


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A young woman's bright future is suddenly ruined and her path forever altered after a late night encounter with a peer proves a trigger for a devastating mental illness. This results in the fight of her life, with everything on the line, including relationships with family members, and even loss of her own life. But this is a story of one who fought back and worked to recl A young woman's bright future is suddenly ruined and her path forever altered after a late night encounter with a peer proves a trigger for a devastating mental illness. This results in the fight of her life, with everything on the line, including relationships with family members, and even loss of her own life. But this is a story of one who fought back and worked to reclaim what she had lost. The journey is filled with twists and turns with interesting and unexpected friends made along the way. You are invited to travel with her in this moving memoir, which was written with the intention to shine a light on the humanity of those who suffer from severe mental illness.

4 review for I Don’t Mind…: (Talking Openly About Mental Illness)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brie

    I'm going to begin this review by saying that I don't, like almost never, read non-fiction/memoirs/biographies. It's just not usually something that interests me. A friend reached out asking if I could read this book and without knowing anything about it, I dove in while out of town. I didn't even read the synopsis, but even then I don't think I would have known. I Don’t Mind…: is told almost like a personal journal of the authors life and struggles with mental illness and how they system failed I'm going to begin this review by saying that I don't, like almost never, read non-fiction/memoirs/biographies. It's just not usually something that interests me. A friend reached out asking if I could read this book and without knowing anything about it, I dove in while out of town. I didn't even read the synopsis, but even then I don't think I would have known. I Don’t Mind…: is told almost like a personal journal of the authors life and struggles with mental illness and how they system failed her, time and again. I felt like it was actually a very eye opening read about how individuals with mental illness can be denied the treatment that they desperately need. Since it is told about and written by the person who experienced this, I can't say how accurate it is. But I would suspect to some degree this definitely happens more often than we would hope. If you have a family member or someone close to you that is struggling with some degree of mental illness, this may be a good place for you to start to understand why it can be a very daunting journey to find the balance and care that's needed to live as "normal" of a life as possible.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    I Don’t Mind (Talking Openly About Mental Illness) / Tami Ruth Wohlers. Full disclosure: this memoir is written by a dear friend. I am delighted to recommend it to anyone with an interest in how to live life with the challenge of serious psychiatric disability. Tami is inspiringly resilient, intelligent, and defiantly optimistic. I think her story is told well in a plain, organized style. She clearly communicates what she has experienced and what she has learned. It is a thoughtful book, more in I Don’t Mind (Talking Openly About Mental Illness) / Tami Ruth Wohlers. Full disclosure: this memoir is written by a dear friend. I am delighted to recommend it to anyone with an interest in how to live life with the challenge of serious psychiatric disability. Tami is inspiringly resilient, intelligent, and defiantly optimistic. I think her story is told well in a plain, organized style. She clearly communicates what she has experienced and what she has learned. It is a thoughtful book, more interested in understanding than in blame. It is honest and considerate…and heart-wrenching, albeit with a positive ending.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    This book was written by a friend of ours, so of course I had to buy it and read it! In it she chronicles how her mental illness first began to exhibit itself, and the struggle she has been through to deal with the many aspects of mental illness. I really enjoyed reading the book, and wish her the best.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Erin

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