mental health

Torn pieces of paper with the words "every last word" written on them

Every Last Word

Tamara Ireland Stone
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Jackie S.
Saturday, Dec 9, 2017

Sam has been living with Purely-Obsessional OCD, but only her family and therapist know about it. Even her closest friends have no idea. She doesn’t feel like she can open up to the popular girls she has associated with her whole life, but she also fears leaving the group and being ostracized. So she just tries to hide her obsessions.

Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson

Furiously Happy

Jenny Lawson
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Josh N.
Saturday, Jan 2, 2016

If you've read Jenny Lawson's first book, Let's Pretend This Never Happened, or if you follow her online, you know that her head is a very, very strange place--in all the best ways, assuming your head is also a very strange place. I don't generally think my head is a strange place, but I do love the way Jenny Lawson's mind works and the way she writes about it, so maybe I'm stranger than I think I am.

The Devil in Silver

Victor D. LaValle
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Michelle H.
Saturday, Feb 2, 2013

Pepper (we only ever know him as Pepper) gets into a fight with three police officers who admit him to Hyde Park mental hospital in Queens, New York because a trip to the precinct would involve too much paperwork. Pepper isn’t crazy. He’s just unlucky, and he gets less lucky as things go.

The Hypnotist by Lars Keplar

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Jane R.
Tuesday, Dec 27, 2011

Dr.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Patrick Hamilton is best remembered for his plays Rope and Gaslight which were made into well-known films. However, he also wrote a number of novels and due to a resurgence of interest in his work, they are now being re-issued.

Thursday, Jan 14, 2010

I’m generally a big fan of depressive ruminations, so you can imagine my dismay in discovering Nathan Rabin’s memoir The Big Rewind: A Memoir Brought to You by Pop Culture is funny and a fast read.