Too much anger, too many tears: a personal triumph over psychiatry

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HarperPerennial, 1975 - Biography & Autobiography - 400 pages
This classic account takes readers on a painful and unforgettable journey of psychiatric misguidance and abuse. The true story detailing Janet's mental breakdown, her years with an unscrupulous doctor, and her eventual self-cure serves as a scathing indictment of the psychiatric profession.

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I've been plugging away at this memoir for about four months now - not due to any fault on the book's part, but because the subject matter is so intense. This is what I hoped for when I picked up ... Read full review

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a m Janet
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Camp Woodland
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Dr Kurtzman
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