Bipolar Me: From Blog to Book A Guest Blog from Author Janet Coburn

  Written by Janet Coburn I just had a book, Bipolar Me, published. I never meant to write a book. Wait, let’s back that up a bit. All my life I wanted to write a book, but when I started my Bipolar Me blog, I had no idea it would turn into a book. IContinue reading “Bipolar Me: From Blog to Book A Guest Blog from Author Janet Coburn”

Changing Ways the novel Shows More of the Recovery from Mental Illness and Less of the Illness, Written by a Teen with Lived Experience

  Since eighth grade, 18-year-old, Julia Tannenbaum, of West Hartford, CT, has been writing. But a few years into high school, she found herself in a real dark place…struggling with mental illness. “I had no way to articulate my thoughts and emotions,” she said. “My feelings felt repressed inside.” In and out of school, inContinue reading “Changing Ways the novel Shows More of the Recovery from Mental Illness and Less of the Illness, Written by a Teen with Lived Experience”