STOP OVERTHINKING: 24 Ways of Coping with Severe Mental Illness
© 2022 by Mio Angelo of “MentallyIllInAmerica.family.blog”
This guidebook is the result of my having lived with schizoaffective disorder for 24 years.
It is organized into 24 sections.
You can find the booklet here:
The booklet is a short read. I wanted it very much to be to the point. Feel free to check it out on my homepage!
Good morning, fellow bloggers! 🙂
Available (and, complimentary to my readers) as of November 15, 2020…
“Here Until I’m Gone: 40 Poems About Trauma, Illness, And The Inevitability Of Death” by Mio Angelo.
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Anecdotes on Volunteering is a short book written by Mio Angelo of Mentally Ill in America that looks at how schizoaffective disorder has interfered with his desire to volunteer or work. The anecdotes are in relation to volunteering rather than stories of volunteer experience. At one point, Mio describes the book as one big therapy … Continue reading Book Review: Anecdotes on Volunteering
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Greetings Fellow Bloggers! 🙂
I just completed my second book—“Anecdotes On Volunteering.” It contains 3,500 words and is available April 19, 2020! It deals with reflections on some of my experiences with chronic mental illness.
Also available is my first book—“Good Days and Bad Days: I Don’t Have To Like It, I Just Have To Live With It.” It contains 12,500 words and has been available since March 26, 2020! It is the story of my life (thus far).
Ashley from Mental Health @ Home reviewed “Good Days And Bad Days.”
She also reviewed “Anecdotes On Volunteering.”
ALL of my books are complimentary and are available upon request!
Please email your requests to chilloutmusicproducer (at) gmail (dot) com.
Good Days and Bad Days: I Don’t Have To Like It, I Just Have To Live With It is a book about living with schizoaffective disorder, written by Mio Angelo of Mentally Ill in America. He’s offering it for free; just contact him via his blog. His determination is quickly apparent in such statements as: … Continue reading Book Review: Good Days and Bad Days
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