Summary Of Tilly Dunn's Thinking Exit Stage Left

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Dutch immigrant to Canada relates how she endured depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder (called manic depression in her time) in her book. Most people who suffer from mental disorder find it difficult to share their ordeal, let alone write a book about it. However, one woman believes it’s a subject worth talking about, especially from a personal perspective. To offer hope and comfort to individuals and families in need, Tilly Dunn wrote Thinking Exit Stage Left: From Suicidal to Imaginative Moving Forward with a Healthy Mind (Balboa Press, 2015). Dunn revealed her experience with duality at an early age due to her unique family set-up and upbringing. Although it caused her no confusion, it made her depressed when she migrated to Canada

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