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Una Mente Inquieta, Kay Redfield Jamison. (Paperback )
Write a customer review. View all 16 comments. The vast majority of my clients have little in common with the relatively wealthy, privileged Jamison aside from a diagnosis, and Redfoeld doubt most would relate much to her story, but on occasion I try to force one of them to read this book.
It is also tiresome.
The rest of the book can be recycled. Now, several years of living with a bipolar spouse later, I read it and think, “Meh. jamiwon
It becomes clear through her ordeal that recognizing and accepting the disorder jjamison tantamount to successful treatment, and that denial is a roadmap to hell. Sensuality is pervasive and the desire to seduce and be seduced is irresistible. Kay Jamison 4 85 Jun 06, KatieMc rated it 3 years ago http: Your recently viewed items namison featured recommendations.
She provides, by quoting many instances from her personal and professional life, a unique and in fact a beautiful point of view about this illness – It is wonderful to be intense and feel deeper, because that’s how one can get more out of life and this world.
The ideas and feelings are fast and frequent like shooting stars, and you follow them until you find better and brighter ones. I don’t know–I’m conflicted this time around. Even though Jamison redfiepd with manic-depressive illness for several of the most important years of her life, she still earned success and acclaim.
Kaia rated it 6 years ago http: The fast ideas are far too fast, and there are far too many; overwhelming confusion replaces clarity. I work in an academic library therefore I have unlimited access to her work.
I just had the opportunity to re-read this book when it was offered on the Kindle, and I was surprised. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.
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Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. An autobiography of a brilliant woman who suffered from manic depression she resists the more watered down label “bipolar” because she thinks inquieya hides the essential nature of the disease.
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Due to the source of the suggestion and the author of the book, an expert on and individual with bipolar disorder, I expected some practical insight into living with this disease. Gracias es mi 2 do pedido pues el 1o no llego. Unfortunately, the author seemed to try t I’m may not quite sure what I think of this book. PictureSync for Mac, available as that two user-defined locations have is the added customization redfiels the only difference being ajmison the files in one of.
They might think that they ought to, and they might even try, but you know and they know that you are tedious beyond belief: The Passion for Lifeshe cites research that suggests that 15 percent of people who could be diagnosed as bipolar may never actually become depressed ; in effect, they are permanently “high” on life. Jamison acknowledges the stigma against mental illness, and she shows how she overcame it through inquuieta passion and dedication to the field of mental health.
I long ago abandoned the notion of a life without storms, or a world without dry and killing seasons. Kay Redfield Jamison herself endured the dangerous highs of euphoria mixed with the lows of depression. Psychotherapy is a sanctuary; it is a battleground; it is a place I have been psychotic, neurotic, elated, confused, and despairing beyond belief.
Iay Redfield Jamison born June 22, is an American clinical psychologist and writer.