Sunbathing in the Rain: A Cheerful Book about Depression
Presents different strands that allow a variety of tones and subjects to be explored, from the profound to the frivolous. This book offers practical hints on how to get better (diet, helpful pieces of music) alongside quotations, ranging from sentences on crisp packets, to prayers, from Russian orthodox writings on silence to collections of slang.
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Review: Sunbathing In The Rain: A Cheerful Book About DepressionUser Review - Shekaina - Goodreads
Honest. Too Honest. "Survived, and used properly, depression could be the best thing that ever happend to you." "I had no idea what would happen next. All I could do was wait for it to happen." Read full review
Review: Sunbathing In The Rain: A Cheerful Book About DepressionUser Review - Seeking Myself - Goodreads
Sunbathing is both Lewis' account of her own experiences of severe depression and a sort of guide to the illness. I could relate to the author a lot. Like me, she's a poet, was very much a career ... Read full review