Undercurrents: A Therapists Reckoning With Her Own Depression
This is the memoir of an ordinary woman--a mother, a daughter, a psychologist, a wife--who tells the tale of her spiraling descent into a severe, debilitating depression. Undercurrents pioneers a new literature about women and depression that offers a vision of action instead of victimhood, hope instead of despair.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JLSmither - LibraryThing
I don't often read memoirs, and this one has a few problems similar to others (e.g., stories that don't directly relate to the central narrative, too many characters to keep straight). However, it ... Read full review
UNDERCURRENTS: A Therapist's Reckoning with DepressionUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
It is strange to find small joys in a book about depression, but there are many in Manning's tale of her descent into hell. Among a spate of recent memoirs about depression, what defines Manning's ... Read full review