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From Grange Hill to Bipolar and Back

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By George Christopher Wilson

ISBN: 9781783824977
Published: 2020
Pages: 336

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This is the true story of George wilson aka George Christopher. A normal, working class boy who found fame in the children's hit tv show Grange Hill, playing the lovable scouse rogue Ziggy, when he was just 15. He lived in London for four years, there were a few bad times but soon he relished in this new way of life. Met some amazing people, loved working on the show, the laughter with the cast, the nightlife are just a few of the things he loved.



Sadly when he finished things began to spiral out of control for him. He got in trouble with the police, witnessed the horrendous scenes at the hillsborough disaster in 89, first hand, unemployed, became reclusive etc. These are just a few of the things that gradually put him in his first Psychiatric hospital for six months in 1991. Not only affecting him but his family and friends too. Eventually he'd get out and for seven years live a normal and exciting life living and working abroad, landed a major part in Brookside playing doomed drug addict little Jimmy Corkhill, writing and producing plays etc.



Then in the summer of 1999 he found himself back in a Psychiatric hospital in South Wales, after all hell broke loose on a mountain top. Again he would beat it. Three more times he'd find himself in these places and find out he had Bipolar.



The whole point of this book is to show people, yes, bipolar is scary and at times soul destroying but learning to deal with it too. There are ways a person can control the illness to a degree, and not let it control the person. Took a long time, many lessons learned, many things given up. He had to go through hell before he got to heaven. This book is both funny and sad, Most importantly remember, It's one of the most frightening things in the world, but it's not the end of the world.




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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 02 December, 2019.