EDCI 531 Book Review - An Unquiet Mind

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EDCI 531 Book Review - An Unquiet Mind

An Unquiet Mind

Dr. Kay Redfield is a professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University. She specializes in manic-depressive disorder, also known as bipolar disorder.

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"Which of my feelings are real? Which of the me's is real? The wild, impulisve, chaotic, energetic, and crazy one? Or the shy, desperate, suicidal, doomed and tired one? Probably a bit of both, hopefully much that is neither."-Dr. Kay Redfield JamisonAn Unquiet Mind

"For as long as I can remember I was frighteningly, although wonderfully beholden to moods...I became, both by necessity and intellectual inclination, a student of moods"-Dr. Kay Redfield JamisonAn Unquiet Mind

I found this book to be incredibly interesting and enlightening. I feel that I understand the disorder much better than I ever have. I have suffered from depression and can relate to many of the moments in the book in which she speaks about that. I think I will be able to recognize these behaviors in my sudents and I will continue to learn more as to how I can best help the students who suffer from emotional disorders such as manic-depression.

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by Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison

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An Unquiet Mind, written by Dr. Kay Redfield is a memoir of her own experiences suffering from manic-depressive disorder. She writes this book at risk of ruining her career as a leading professor in the field of psychiatry but she felt she had to share. She does a great job of revealing the disorder, all its terrors and joys, ups and downs.

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