I didn’t expect to like this book as much as I did, but I found myself thinking about some of the stories long after I read them. I especially enjoyed the stories by individuals who personally experienced mental health disorders. They described the essential features of their recoveries, some of which are completely unexpected. Each story, whether by a therapist or a patient, is well-written from a personal perspective and reads like a mini-novel.
Planning for 2010: How Daily Mental Time Travel Can Increase Happiness or Decrease Anxiety
“The future is looking a whole lot better.” It was the reference to that classic film “Back to the Future” in the title of this new piece of research on…