Some Dreams are Worth Keeping

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Bipolar is a condition which is affecting thousands of Americans. Susie Johnson’s book takes you inside the world of bipolar, letting you see what life is really like on the other side of the rainbow. More

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Words: 76,010
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311398406
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Review by: TASLinda on Aug. 30, 2016 :
Susan Johnson’s memoir is both heartwarming and gut wrenching. The ups and downs Susan has lived through would have done in people of lesser strength. I can’t begin to imagine what she must have gone through. While reading her story I felt empathy and admiration, but never sympathy or pity. She’s deserving of far more than that. Her parents were by her side for all the ups and downs, always supportive yet allowing her the independence she so badly wanted and needed. I was absolutely elated when, at the end, she wrote that she had finally found the love of her life. No one deserves it more than Susan. For anyone who has bipolar, or knows someone who has bipolar, this book is a must-read. Susan’s memoir proves that we can overcome anything and live with what God has handed us once we reach full understanding and acceptance of the affliction. I congratulate Ms. Johnson for surviving her journey to find love and happiness.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)

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