Who Is I

Who Is I : Part One

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One boys journey through life and his experiences along the way. from adoption, abuse, life and death; tragedy and trauma, survival, mental illness and recovery. The author gives us a frank and detailed account of his memories and of his experiences that have tested him both physically, emotionally and psychologically. How he has lived with mental illness due to some of those experiences, including surviving the Hillsborough Disaster in 1989. A story that tugs on your heart strings, it will have you feeling for that little boy and then empathizing with the young man by the end of part one of his life story and yearning to learn more about him and where his journey through life took him. This book's aim is to give others who are struggling emotionally some insight and hope that they're not alone and there is always light at the end of a tunnel no matter how long that tunnel is. The books in this series aims are to inspire and empower thoses that read it, to either help themselves or help others they may know who are dealing with mental health issues. The author has both personal and professional experience of mental ill health being poth patient and care giver, so has a unique insight and as a result of years of therapy this book was born. originally starting out as therapy notes about his life experiences and a task given during a session of cognitive behavioural therapy, the chapters were developed and his story told with humour but touching on all emotions. It maybe only one persons own experiences but if by reading this book it gives even one person strength, insight, empathy and the will to keep fighting then it has been worth all the blood sweat and tears its taken to write.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 386 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 24.64mm | 653.17g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1507527330
  • 9781507527337