Letters From A Bipolar Mother

Letters From A Bipolar Mother

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by Alyssa Reyans
     
 
In "Letters From A Bipolar Mother", Alyssa Reyans tells the story she's never been able to tell her children: of how she lost them in a battle with her own mental illness. she shares with them - and the world - what the mind of a woman suffering bipolar depression looks like, how the darkness she battled on a daily basis almost won, and how, years later, she found the

Overview

In "Letters From A Bipolar Mother", Alyssa Reyans tells the story she's never been able to tell her children: of how she lost them in a battle with her own mental illness. she shares with them - and the world - what the mind of a woman suffering bipolar depression looks like, how the darkness she battled on a daily basis almost won, and how, years later, she found the courage to claw her way out of the abyss.

Covering a span of five years, Alyssa Reyans shares both her pain and strength in a struggle against an incurable illness that many women today also share.

(novella length approx 86 book pages)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014988377
Publisher:
Alyreyans Press
Publication date:
07/20/2012
Series:
Chronicles of a Fractured Life , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
87
Sales rank:
541,309
File size:
243 KB

Meet the Author

Alyssa Reyans is an American expat. Originally from the deep south, she converted to Islam in 1994 and moved overseas in 2005. She currently resides overseas with her husband and continues her daily battle with mental illness and the ghosts of her past. For updates on the series, Chronicles of a Fractured Life, follow Alyssa at her website http://www.alyssareyans.com

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Letters from a Bipolar Mother: Chronicles of a Fractured Life 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Amy_Y More than 1 year ago
This author pours her heart out by explaining a life of madness that is gripping and very real. She is so honest and I loved how she is willing to be uncensored and candid about what an awful mother she was and her deep regrets.