Changing Speed 2
Chipmunkapublishing ltd, Jun 1, 2011 - 162 pages
DescriptionJust another book about depression, anxiety, stress? Take this second autobiographical journey with Mark Senior and discover for yourself that this book could never be just another book. Many write of mental health issues. To read this book is to live with mental health issues, to feel them, to be part of them. This journey of pleasure and pain, of humour and sadness, is a journey of enlightenment where Mark eventually finds his depression to be his teacher. Without his experiences he would never have truthfully known who he is. His autobiography belongs to depression. It belongs to you. About the AuthorAs a family man Mark Senior has been to the summit. As a corporate man he has climbed to the peak. As an everyday man he has journeyed to that somewhere place only to find that somewhere was no place that he wanted to be. Born in 1962, he was put out to pasture in 1999 having being diagnosed as suffering from acute depression, anxiety and stress. That was until he learned that the mental illness, his mental illness, was not a prison sentence but a blessing. His mental health is his asset.
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