Christine Dunne was an ordinary happy - go - lucky wife, mother, daughter and graduate when tragedy struck her life. In the midst of her forties, she suffered a terrible breakdown, and was subsequently diagnosed with Schizophrenia.
She found herself at the very depths of her mind. It was a scary and confusing time for her and her family, and it took its toll on everyone who knew her.
This book, bravely written by Christine herself, goes into detail about her diagnosis, her struggle to accept the illness, her time spent in various mental institutions, and dealing with her life after the dust had settled.
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