Nothing Was the Same (Google eBook)

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Sep 15, 2009 - Psychology - 256 pages
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Kay Redfield Jamison, award-winning professor and writer, changed the way we think about moods and madness. Now Jamison uses her characteristic honesty, wit and eloquence to look back at her relationship with her husband, Richard Wyatt, a renowned scientist who died of cancer. Nothing was the Same is a penetrating psychological study of grief viewed from deep inside the experience itself.

  

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User Review  - Patrick Ross - Goodreads

Perhaps my problem in reading this book was that my expectations were set so high by Jamison's masterful An Unquiet Mind . In that powerful memoir, Jamison reveals publicly her struggle with bipolar ... Read full review

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User Review  - Heather Key - Goodreads

Being Bi-polar this book really helped me start to process the death of my husband and how to handle the process. It helped me to know I can relate to others and that my feelings are not isolated. I really would recomend her books to anyone because she writes from a very down to earth style. Read full review

Contents

Prologue
5
PART
56
PART THREE
129
Acknowledgments
205
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About the author (2009)

Kay Redfield Jamison is Professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and codirector of the Johns Hopkins Mood Disorders Center. She is also Honorary Professor of English at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. She is the author of the national best sellers An Unquiet Mind and Night Falls Fast, as well as Exuberance and Touched with Fire; the coauthor of the standard medical text on manic-depressive (bipolar) illness; and the author or coauthor of more than one hundred scientific papers about mood disorders, creativity, and psychopharmacology. She is the recipient of numerous national and international scientific awards and of a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Fellowship.


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