Insane Possibilities

Rated 4.83/5 based on 6 reviews
A short story about a vivacious young physicist and mathematician named Kristine, who has devoted her life to science. Hallucinations cause her to seek help from a social worker named Paul and she's terrified when she hears a questionable diagnosis of schizophrenia. Her path leads her to a place where perspective is all that's real, and sanity is nothing more than the limit of what we believe. More
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About Jeffrey Miska

Jeffrey Miska has worked in the financial industry for most of his life and loves to write books and short stories in his spare time. When not glued to a computer screen, he enjoys writing music and spending time outdoors. Although educated in finance and science, Jeff spent many years learning about local U.S. and world history as well as native american culture. He frequently shared this cultural knowledge locally by giving presentations at local grammar schools in the Chicago area. The combination of these experiences has led him to write unique historical fiction, written for the purpose of entertaining his readers in the tradition of a story teller. The message that whether we experience happiness, tragedy or love in the time we have, the human experience that connects us will always be the same.

Authors Note: I make many of my stories free in hopes that it may bring joy to more readers. In the event you were touched in some way by my work, I only ask that you give me the gift of an honest review or email with your feedback. Thank you.

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Review by: Kim Taylor on Oct. 22, 2013 :
If I had a therapist like Paul I would totally take him to bed. XD There was nothing about this story I didn't like. The characters were so real and the symbolism used about the random choice of the uncertainty equation was fantastic. Loved it! Loved it!
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Review by: Tegan Robbins on Sep. 22, 2012 :
I thought this story was wonderful. I love the use of the uncertainty principal and the way it combined psychology and physics. I hope there's a sequel.
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Review by: Al Jacobus on June 17, 2012 :
I really loved this story. The therapy session language is about what I would expect based on my experience as a Hypnotherapist. The ending was predictable but a triumph for us scientists who are also metaphysicians. Looking forward to reading more of you stories.
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Review by: Ashley Aurience on June 14, 2012 :
I usually don't write reviews because it's kind of a matter of opinion, but I really liked this story. My friend let me read it and said how much she enjoyed it. I hope there are more like this coming out soon.
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Review by: Julie Green on June 6, 2012 :
This story had a true to life quality that caught the uncertainty that people with mental illness feel when they get diagnosed. I also liked the fact that it keeps the whole topic light instead of depressing. If I want true to life mental illness, I'll hang out at work. I would recommend this book and I liked the other one in the series too.
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Review by: Victoria Novotmy on June 3, 2012 :
This story starts with a visit to a therapist which seemed like it was going to be kind of clinical and dull. Well it wasn't! I really enjoyed that angle of the story once I got reading thought it was great.
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