Soul Search Me: A Mental Health Diary

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This is a diary of a young Irish man which discusses the time spent in a Psychiatric Hospital in the west of Ireland, followed up by an admission to an Addictions facility. It is unflinchingly honest and direct. It is a story of loss and gain, of confusion and redemption and, ultimately, of hope.

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Words: 8,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476461243
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Dr Niall McElwee is Director and Senior Editor at Book Hub Publishing - an independent publishing house based in county Galway, Ireland. The Book Hub also runs the Dissertation Doctor's Clinic service for students undertaking essays, Theses and Dissertations. Book Hub Publishing has recently published the 'Promised' trilogy by Dr. Mary Helen Hensley including Promised, Circles of Light and The Land Beyond The River. It has also published Dear Precious Being by Christine Moran,The Definitive Book of Dreams by Paul Gill, Soul Search Me by Anto Dowling,Love in the Quantum Space of Time: The Legacy of a Soul Mate by Bearnairdin Ni Goibniu,Gnosis by Dr. Lew Graham,Stepping Back in Time by Austin Berry and the 'Moon Dancing' trilogy by Glori Wolf.
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Review by: Event2Horizon on July 04, 2010 :
For a change, a mental health diary with some humour, really enjoyed it and hope there is more to come from this Author, definitely a unique style of writing. Extremely honest and heart wrenching at times but this is balanced by a profound sense of knowing that one has to smile, even in the darkest of times. I have never had to experience the lows of the mental health establishment but after reading this it doesn't seem too bad, so for that Antony should be applauded, such a stigma is cast upon these institutions and the people they house, stories like this should be a mandatory read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: TraumaSlave on May 12, 2010 :
Fair play to you Anthony, that took alot of guts and telling the world even more so, very proud of you.My fav part has to be the "boogie nights" incident its just so totally you. Respect!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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