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Success After Insanity
by Sherri L. Zimmerman   

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Publisher: ISBN-10:  1587211122 Type: 


Copyright:  Nov 1 2000

A book about healing the hearts of the mentally ill.

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A poignant true story that covers issues such as isolation, poverty, suicide, domestic violence, sexual dysfunction, alcoholism and mental illness. Also the major role religion plays in mental illness. The author believes the root of all mental illnesses rarely stems from genetics, but by the simple disconnection of the "true self" to the universal flow.


After experiencing a horrific event that involved the losing of all my senses, I was once again able to regain my "self" by the use of daily prayer, learning to allow one foot to follow another, and letting go of control issues. Thus by the grace of God, I achieved "Success After Insanity"

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Review by Author, Sandy Musser
"Sherri bares her heart and soul as she takes us on her 20 year journey through the maze of mental illness and the devastation bipolar disease has upon our entire society. A moving, heartbreaking, but triumphant story of overcoming our frailties."

Sandy Musser, Author of
To Prison With Love

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Reviewed by Michelle Lowrie 8/21/2007
Mom was rooming someone who was not kind to me. She was a Registered Nurse with undiagnosed manic depressive/bipolar disorder, and she was projecting that disorder onto me. I had three years of college. My minor was psychology. I could see the signs of manic depressive/bipolar disorder in her as clear as day, and tried to tell my mother. Unfortnately, she took the RN's word over mine and constantly nagged me to seek medical help. It took a few years, but I stood my ground. Eventually, the RN had a manic period from hell and the truth came out.
Reviewed by Sandy Forbes 7/28/2002
Sounds like a really great book! I'm so glad that you overcame!

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