David: A Young Man's Journey Out of the Light and Into the Darkness of Bipolar Disorder
It was creation that gave David the authority to reveal such a strong poetic verse. Through his lyrics and music he expressed his desire to share with the world his challenges to which he fought so hard. It is said that "the wealth of a soul is measured by how much it can feel." David felt much in his lifetime...Most important, he felt his mother and father's love, his family, and friends' love. It is in this that David was wealthy. And who that knew David, can say that their souls are not wealthier for the love they received in return? Countless doctors, drugs and endless blood tests. David endured so much pain, emotional and physical; which he hid from his family and friends. Only through his lyrics and music did he express his sadness, rage, and loss of dignity. "Losing control, another broken day Wonder aloud, I've got to get away." David Franchini
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