My Self, The Enemy
Chipmunkapublishing ltd, Jun 14, 2011 - 137 pages
Description'My Self, The Enemy' follows the story of Melanie, an isolated young woman struggling to cope with a world she does not understand and people she cannot relate to. As we experience life through Melanie's eyes, we feel first hand the power of her insecurities.This book provides a valuable insight into the various difficulties associated with mental illness in general and borderline personality disorder in particular, and the subsequent problems associated with coping with diagnosis. If you are able to relate to her emotional plight, then you are not alone. About the AuthorDeborah Espect is a London-based playwright. Her work has been performed at 'The Old Red Lion Theatre' in Angel and 'The Soho Theatre'. She is currently preparing a critically acclaimed full-length play called 'Calling', which follows the tale of three institutionalised young people, to be performed at The Old Red Lion Theatre from 10th to 30th July 2007. She also had a short film commissioned and a short story published in American magazine 'Suspect Thoughts.'
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