Willow Weep for Me: A Black Woman's Journey Through Depression

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Random House Publishing Group, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 272 pages
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This moving memoir of an African-American woman's lifelong fight to identify and overcome depression offers an inspirational story of healing and emergence. Wrapped within Danquah's engaging account of this universal affliction is rare and insightful testimony about what it means to be black, female, and battling depression in a society that often idealizes black women as strong, nurturing caregivers. A startlingly honest, elegantly rendered depiction of depression, Willow Weep for Me calls out to all women who suffer in silence with a life-affirming message of recovery. Meri Danquah rises from the pages, a true survivor, departing a world of darkness and reclaiming her life.

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A story of depression told from an African American (as in family from Africa, growing up in US) woman's perspective. True and clear descriptions of what depression feels like and how it stops normal life in its tracks. Read full review

Review: Willow Weep for Me: A Black Woman's Journey Through Depression

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A story of depression told from an African American (as in family from Africa, growing up in US) woman's perspective. True and clear descriptions of what depression feels like and how it stops normal life in its tracks. Read full review

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