An Unquiet Mind by Kay Redfield Jamison (Book Review)

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Review and analysis of An Unquiet Mind by Kay Redfield Jamison.

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EID 100 says:

Great review, I’m sold!

EID 100 says:

You should read My Stroke of insight!!!!!

Alia Albinali says:

I'm not sure if I'm misdiagnosed because am an infp or I really am manic depressive I hope reading this will help

Deanna Dalton says:

This is one of my favorite books. I would suggest it to anyone because of it's interesting content and frank insight into self. For someone who also has bipolar I found this book to be very helpful to me when it was published in the late 1990s. I still own a copy and once in a blue moon I will read a certain passage or quote. Dr. Jamison writes well and the book was so candid and inviting to read that I think it would be of value to read for those with and without mental illness.

creepyscripts says:

This review is sooo helpful! THANKYOU FOR MAKING THIS VIDEO!!!💖💖💖

Alison Laine says:

Engaging in activities that are likely to cause suffering ie. excessive spending is a symptom of mania 🙂 great book review!

Alison Laine says:

Check out The Center Cannot Hold by Elyn R Saks

EllaRussell says:

I have bipolar and this book is invaluable to me – relate so much. Great review.

John Gentry says:

Great review and critique. You really hit the nail on the head.

Chrissy McB says:

I loved this book, as well of the rest of her works too. The one about manic depression and the artistic temperament is excellent also 🙂

Maria Guedes says:

Thank you for this review, I definitely want to read this book! I wonder whether studying her illness helped her cope with it… and whether having the illness helped her understand it as a scientist.

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