Powerful descriptions of what Psychosis really is like. The sheer terror comes home and we realise how it wrecks all confidence. The acute suffering of Psychosis is very poignant.
Judith deals out some gaffes towards the medics making the reader realise that Psychiatry seems unaware of the seriousness of completely different side-effects as though our bodies are compartmentalzed and not connected.
The writer emerges as a result of tremendous patience, self-caring and gradually recovers. She relies on mother nature to heal rather than following a life-long medical solution but she always remains realistic.
You can almost sense the intense heartache which has been poured into this text; A very candid account. Readable and informative.
Don't Mind Me