Doodles in Depression

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Chipmunkapublishing ltd, Jun 1, 2011 - 35 pages
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Description'Doodles in Depression' is Lorna Murray's attempt to make sense of her clinical depression. This thoroughly researched, yet gloriously random and spontaneous book delves into Lorna's mind as she 'comes out' as a depressive and attempts to bring herself out of her depression. This is a book that will make sense and possibly bring comfort to fellow sufferers of clinical depression. About the AuthorLorna was born in 1965 in Cape Town, South Africa - the city of sunny skies, briaavleis and chevrolet! Lorna grew up and attended school in South Africa before training as a general nurse and midwife. In 1988 she left South Africa for the bright lights of Europe, she travelled overland through Africa and Europe. In 1990 Lorna arrived in London (where 16 years later she is still living. At first she eked out an existence doing anything and everything before attended Central Saint Martin's School of Art & design. In 1997 she graduated with a 1st class honours Degree in Fine Art Painting. However she struggled as a painter, developed severe depression and had a breakdown. In 2000 Lorna retrained as an anaesthetic nurse and is currently working in the NHS.
 

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Contents

Coming Out
3
Canary
5
Dolphin
6
Panther
9
Racoon
10
MethohecksItawl
12
lōbŏtəmi
15
Suicide
21
So Why Me?
26
1+12 and Dogmatic Stands to be Corrected
29
And Then There Was Light
32
Reference List
35
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