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momx3nak
Mehso-so

Many people recommend this book to me.

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keithmalek
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The incredible true story of a married couple with 12 kids, 6 of whom had schizophrenia. The dynamics of this family get more and more shocking as more and more secrets are revealed.

Fascinating, disturbing, and well-researched.

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🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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ICantImReading
The Comfort Book | Matt Haig
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Pickpick

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

A friend lent me this book, but I ended up buying my own copy because I can see myself finding comfort in its pages during difficult times (and wanting to loan or gift it to others). It‘s packed with short passages that draw from topics like poetry, philosophy, science, history, and personal essays, all aiming to remind us there is always hope. I wanted to savor this book slowly, reading only a bit at a time to let the words digest.

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keithmalek
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stevesbookstuf1 Excellent book. Knowing a few people in my life who've struggled with mental illness (though not schizophrenia), it was a tough read for me. The Galvins are an extreme case of mental illnesses in one family. But the impact mental illness has on family members, and those close to the ill person, who aren't ill themselves, is very real. 2d
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BookishGirl06
Every Last Word | Tamara Ireland Stone
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This book is about a girl who suffers from OCD but tries to keep it hidden to appear normal. She then discovers a secret room of poets. The mental health rep in this is pretty good and it has a surprising plot twist I didn‘t see coming.

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