An Unquiet Mind - Kay Redfield Jamison

An Unquiet Mind

By Kay Redfield Jamison

  • Release Date: 1995-09-05
  • Genre: Psychology
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4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 175 Ratings)

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  • Accurate & eloquent

    By Brittmckit89
    A close friend recommended this book to me when she felt that I might have bipolar disorder. Reading it now for the second time makes me realize how this book and my friend saved my life. If not for the pair I may have been stuck in a whirlwind of self destructive mood swings indefinitely. It's a must read for anyone who's curious about the illness, whether it effects them or not.
  • An Unquiet Mind

    By Understanding my daughter
    A must read for those trying to understand bipolar disorder in the family.
  • An Unquiet Mind

    By kasi159
    Thank you.
  • Helpful for Understanding my own madness

    By Triathalady
    Well written and gives a real understanding of what this illness is like. I felt less alone knowing that someone who is so successful has been through so much. Gave me hope in my treatment. Changed my life.
  • Difficult Read

    By firemarshal2
    While a great scientific and medical insight to Dr. Jamison's life, it was rather clinical. I did manage to glean information from it to help me with my own Bipolar illness.
  • An amazing read

    By Lovelyshewolf
    I would recommend this book to anyone with bipolar or anyone who loves someone with bipolar. It brings such an understanding to those who don't know about this illness and brings comfort to those who live through it every day
  • Bipolar bible

    By Liz121
    This book is incredible. Anyone who is living w bipolar disorder or knows someone close to them has bipolar needs to read this book. It sheds light on what it feels like and means to be bipolar. It changed my life and my treatment.

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