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Flipped: The Mental Health Comedy Show

by Peter Gigi

Flipped' is the script for a pilot episode of a sitcom based on the relationship between a psychiatric doctor and his colleague. Gigi invites the reader to meet people who think they are being watched, doctors...


Behind the Dark Clouds There is Sunshine

by Tamara Thompson

This is a life changing story about Mommy Frog who lives in a land called Lily Pad Pond. She does not live a very healthy lifestyle and is finding out that this is not very good for her. Throughout the story,...


A Collection of My Thoughts (Volume 1): Living with Depression

by Anna Ballard

This insightful book takes you on a journey through the feelings of mental health sufferers on the long road to recovery. Anna provides an emotive understanding of depression and seeks to eliminate the stigma...


A Mother's Devotion

by Debra Hudson

The Book A Mother's Devotion is about how my Mum supported me from when I was born to the day she died. The book tells of her 39 years of unconditional love and devotion towards me even when I was unlovable....


A Better Diary of a Christian Schizophrenic - Volume 15

by Christophrenic .

A better diary of a Christian schizophrenic is the 10th and maybe last diary that Christophrenic will be writing. It reveals an insight into his day to day life of being a 43 year old schizophrenic writer, filmmaker...


A Variety Of Vivid Verses

by John Flanagan

This book addresses the stigma that is attached to mental illness. It is contemporary in its style and explores life where courage and determination and imagination are needed to boost confidence not only for...


20¢ Coffee and A £5 Sandwich: Travel Adventures and Reflections on Life in Inpatient Therapy

by Kirsten Phillips

Kate is leaving after close to three years in a private psychiatric hospital in Dunedin, New Zealand. Although hugely difficult, they have been the most incredible years of her life. Ready to move on, the freedom...


A Cry For Help

by Stephen Drake

This is the true story of a young man who suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). This condition drives him to crime and to periods in custody. The author writes with vigour of his dealings with other...


A Broken Thing: Tales from the Ebony Cat

by Sarah Banawich

Tales from the Ebony Cat is a collection of poems verse and short stories. Sandra tells in the medium of poetry about her experience of psychosis , what it is like from the inside looking out. Her unique perspective...


A Life with Anorexia: My Experience

by Jessica Mason

This book tells the true story of a long and hard battle that the author (Jessica) had with anorexia. It journeys through thick and thin as she tries to recover with the help from CAMHS, and tells the ups and...


A Box of Mice

by Lena Green

A Box of Mice provides a gentle insight into the doomed consequences of 'keeping a tight lid' on past memories. Via the analogy of a box of mice, the trauma of coming to terms with a suppressed past is graphically...


A Can of Madness

by Jason Pegler

A vivid, honest and sometimes disturbing memoir about the experience of having a diagnosis of manic-depression. Like other books in this genre, the author is often painfully honest about his experiences. He...


Analgesia: A Collection of Poems

by Anna J Last

Analgesia is a two-part journey conveying the memories and experiences of life battling against clinical depression and anorexia nervosa, expressed through poetry. This is a collection of vivid recollections,...


A Mind Less Ordinary: My Experience of Living with Anorexia and Schizoaffective Disorder

by Dr Tanya J Sheldon

"A Mind Less Ordinary: My Experience of Living with Anorexia and Schizoaffective Disorder" is a book about my illness, but it is by no means a 'misery memoir'. Instead, it is intended to help people who have...


After

by David Wardrop

AFTER by David Wardop is a story about mental anguish and suicide told in two parts. Keith Campbell is a quiet and shy boy who loves comic books and science fiction until he begins to contemplate suicide. The...


A Cry For Ever

by Stephen Drake

A Cry for Help' is the follow-up to Stephen's very successful 'A Cry For Help' and continues his first book's theme highlighting the constant struggles of living with OCD. Stephen has a terrible fear, amongst...


Bring Down The Moon

by Eva Le Bon

Who do you think you are? Written with sensitivity and compassion, the manuscript Bring Down the Moon straddles the genre of romance and family saga over 50 years. At times romantic, at times tragic It offers...


Angel of the Obverse

by Adam Grieve

I try to make the complicated shifts in the life of a mentally ill person something inspirational in a life which for the long term unemployed and the unhappy and sick can be very dull and extremely monotonous....


Disability Theatre From The InsideOut

by Ruth Bieber

For several decades, the University of Calgary, Canada, housed an otherwise community-based service for people with dual diagnoses: developmental delay, plus a behavioural disorder. The mandate of "The Behaviour...


Disorderly Conduct

by Paul Rucker

Battling monsters is a job for heroes. So what do you do when there are none to be found? The story begins with a hydra disguised as an illness that grows two more problems for each one that is conquered. Before...