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    Fast girl

    I find it a very interesting journey. Why wasn't there someone in her life who could make her get diagnosed. The husband was incredible for his support. I still wonder why he kept covering everything up for soon long. What did he get out of it? I think he needs counciling also. Altogether, a very good read. The part about being on the golf course laying down was not necessary for any ears.
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    Fast Girl

    A very sad but eye opening book. My heart went out to Suzy and her family. Mental illness is still so taboo in our society. As a sufferer of a mental illness I am not ashamed of what I have been through, as it is not any different than any other illness. If this illness was talked about more and more open then others like Suzy would not have to go through such tragedies. What a shame. Until society changes and attitudes change then these tragedies will continue to happen. Fortunately, for Suzy, things worked out for her because of the support she had from her family. Great story.
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    Fascinating read, candid and brutally honest

    This was my second time reading this and I read it from cover to cover over the weekend. From a personal standpoint as a person who experiences mental health issues I greatly appreciate how candid and honest Susy is. I really do hope that others can learn from her experience and diagnosis as well as see that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Suzy is and will always be my hero and someone who has touched my heart and soul. From my perspective as a registered nurse with experience in mental health and post natal care, I believe this book brings great awareness to mental health issues specifically ones diagnosed during and after pregnancy. Can’t wait to read again. I cannot emphasize enough that mental illnesses are just as serious as physical illnesses and found this book to shed some light as to how serious they can be. Suzy is gifts, talented and extremely resilient. Would love to read another book if she chooses to do so.
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    Great insight on bipolar disorder

    A great insight on mental illness . I finish the book at one go . Love it . Great book
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    Good honest book !

    I like her honesty and the way she talks about things . it definetly makes me think about some things differently.
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