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    This book opened my eyes and my mind

    Few writers have the ability to affect real change within those that read their work. Margaret Trudeau is one of those writers. Although I do not suffer with any mental illnesses, I work with adolescents that struggle daily with many different forms. This book has helped me to gain a much better understanding of what many of my students and their families must deal with each day. I believe this book will help me become a much better teacher.
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    Changing my mind

    How seriously disturbed ws this lady. I enjoyed the read, simply because i did not have much knowledge of Canadian political history, prior to reading this book. Poor margaret, was so brave to open her heart and reveal all her personal problems so freely, this must of been horrendous. I find it hard to believe that margaret did not get better support when she first became the first lady. Were her parents/family aware of her dramas. Margarets drug use amazed me given she is the same age as me. Maybe we in australia were a bit backward. .
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    illumating

    Illuminating, especially now that son Justin is our prime minister. A very readable and engaging biography. Kudos to Margaret for speaking out on a very personal and private matter. Informative on the experience and treatment of bipolar illness.
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    Brave

    Brave to detail her journey with mental illness. It sounds like she finally understands her bipolar condition and has peace. That is an accomplishment for anyone with a mental illness.
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