A Mind that Found Itself: An Autobiography

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Doubleday, 1935 - Insanity - 434 pages
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A brilliant first person account of bipolar depression and mania and the horrendous treatment of the mentally ill in state and private institutions about turn of the century (Clifford Beers was in 3 ... Read full review

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An amazing personal story of what it was like to have a mental illness in the early 19 hundreds. It also paints a picture of what one person can do and how much each of us can impact change in this world. Awesome book, could not put it down.. Read full review

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