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(p. 44) Finding My Mind
(p. 44) Finding My Mind

Ruth C. White

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date: 20 November 2019

Chapter 2 explores the confusion, denial, and terror accompanying the realization that the contributor’s life’s predominant style—brilliance, lightning-quick turnaround of ideas and projects—signals, at a deeper level, a history of not just ADHD and depression but also manic-depressive illness (bipolar disorder).

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