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The Storm review ç 3 ¸ In the 1950s mental illness was in the closet a condition rarely discussed beyond immediate family members A young mother struggles with bipolar disorder abusing alcohol and prescription drugs before seeking psychiatric help Their solution mind altering shock and insulin treatments Her husband fighting to keep the love of his life focuseFamilial strands are stretched and strained almost to the breaking point The Storm is a testament to the resilience of families and individuals not the triumph of modern medicine or the saving grace of a miracle It is a story of love and responsibility overcoming adversity of the worst sort of going ahead when the future is most uncerta. Any time I am really into a storyit goes too uickly Thank you for sharing your story As someone who also had mental illness in the household I grew up inwellit helps to know that others have been through the same thing

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In the 1950s mental illness was in the closet a condition rarely discussed beyond immediate family members A young mother struggles with bipolar disorder abusing alcohol and prescription drugs before seeking psychiatric help Their solution mind altering shock and insulin treatments Her husband fighting to keep the love of his life focuse. The title of this book by Michael R Lewis presets the perfect life story concerning mental illness In my lifetime I have had to deal with a manic depressive for 12 years of my life my work life I know all too well the effects of lithium and drinking alcohol that seems to be the coping mechanism The reality of Michael Lewis’s story line is surreal and will give you the reality of a family who deals with the ins and outs of helping a loved one through recovery The title of the book could be also The Survival because the reality is when you love someone you do whatever it takes to help them and sometimes wanting to just give up If you know someone who has a “mental disorder” of any kind please help them by reading researching and buying this book of survival If it can bring hope the author has a gift that will help you share with others © 2014 Jackie Paulson

review The Storm

The StormS on her recovery working two jobs to cover the costs of a decade long cycle of depression Her son just entering his teenage years feeling abandoned and lost in his anger at the disintegration of the family by forces he can't understand explores the dark side of his character There are no winners in this family tragedy just survivors The. The StormThis Kindle single was wonderful I was crying by the time I finished reading it If this short story was written as a novel it would have been a big best seller It was sad but it tells the true story of mental illness and what it does to everyone in the family