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Written from the perspective of someone whose
life has been changed by mental ilness

Surviving Mental Illness,

offers help, hope, and inspiration to others struggling with psychological disorders. It provides information about mental illness in general, and mood disorders in particular, valiable tips about teatment and medications, and resources and organizations dedicated to helping those suffering from these disorders. 

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Inspirational Mental Illness Book in Flushing, New York

The Book

Find the help you need to deal with your illness in Surviving Mental Illness, a mental health book by Linda Naomi Katz. Her inspirational book is full of resources and information that will help you beat your condition.

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Our Story

Find help, hope, and inspiration in the book Surviving Mental Illness, written by Linda Naomi Katz in Flushing, New York. Her hope is that those suffering from mental illness will find a way to heal and the inspiration to persevere. Linda suffers from mental illness herself, and she wrote this book from her heart and soul to make a positive impact on others who suffer as she has. She also hopes to educate society and to decrease the stigma that surrounds mental illness. Through Surviving Mental Illness, you'll find that recovery is possible.

Learn More About Surviving Mental Illness

Contact Linda Katz in Flushing, New York, to learn more about our mental illness book.

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