Sep 29, 2020
Light Gets In: Living Well with Mental Illness
Posted by Esmé Weijun Wang

Inspired by selected Chronicles about mental health and illness, fully developed and updated, as well as previously unreleased writing and a list of resources, this 52 paged volume speaks to the good days and the bad ones to the sweetness of community coming together and the sorrow of a poorly chosen phrase to the possibility of something like hope, and of a life that doInspired by selected Chronicles about mental health and illness, fully developed and updated, as well as previously unreleased writing and a list of resources, this 52 paged volume speaks to the good days and the bad ones to the sweetness of community coming together and the sorrow of a poorly chosen phrase to the possibility of something like hope, and of a life that does than ache.It s not a handbook There s no one two three guide that will take you to your final destination But it is a flashlight, and one that, when raised, indicates that there s a path in the gloom.

  • Title: Light Gets In: Living Well with Mental Illness
  • Author: Esmé Weijun Wang
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 131
  • Format: ebook
  • Light Gets In Living Well with Mental Illness Inspired by selected Chronicles about mental health and illness fully developed and updated as well as previously unreleased writing and a list of resources this paged volume speaks to the good

    Michelle

    I was deeply moved be the level of disclosure in this short collection of essays Ms Wang s writing is so accessible and beautiful She shares a few of her difficulties and insights, showing the dark and the light, of her own illness This collection is a reminder that mental illness can be debilitating, but it is not the end of the story I think this is important for those living with any mental illness and the professionals working with them.


    Meredith

    Read this in like an hour It s like a book of poems that a cohesive narrative and it s not a self help book or something I think you can go into expecting to Learn About Mental Illness But it spoke a great deal to my personal, inside baseball lived experience even as it differs in many ways from Esm s It s nice to read books for sick people by sick people that aren t here to cater to bored stereotypes or make healthy people comfortable about even the things they think are givens, and are, addit [...]


    Michelle

    Gorgeous in its thoughtfulness highly recommended for anyone interested in mental health.



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