Presented by Aron Bennett
Key Themes: short stories
The day is May 16th. An ordinary day for many; for some, a day that would change the course of their lives irrevocably. A Day in My Head is a collection of authentic first-hand accounts of mental illness, ranging from obsessive compulsive disorder to depression, anxiety, panic disorder, physical abuse, schizophrenia, autism and many more. Both moving and funny, the diverse diary entries in this book offer insight and hope that we may someday transcend the stigma surrounding mental illness as we continue journeying propitiously to ever safer, more compassionate shores ...
Born in 1986, Aron Bennett from Norwich has lived with mental illness for a number of years. A Law graduate from Lancaster University, Aron is a keen philosopher and social critic. Aron's belief in 'writing as therapy' (both for individuals as well as for wider society) goes to the core of his commitment to producing thought-provoking works, including semi-autographical essays, diaries and more. Aron is a tireless seeker of truth and spends the majority of his time challenging stigma and harmful forms of 'conventional wisdom'.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 26 October, 2016.