Complimentary And Available Now

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:

https://mentallyillinamerica.family.blog

I Am Working On Another Booklet!

And, I plan to make this one into an MP3 audio (with some of my original background music) as well as a PDF.

The goal is to use it for myself when I need a pick me up, and if it helps others, then I know I’ve got a winner!

This one is going to incorporate some of the knowledge I’ve accumulated, since I was first hospitalized nearly 24 years ago.

The project will be of interest to some, but I am unsure at this time, as to when and how it will be shared.

Stay tuned!

“The Fight For Insight” (Educational Booklet) Is Available For Immediate Download!

I have a complimentary booklet available for immediate access on the site.

mentallyillinamerica.family.blog/booklets/

Not to be confused with the two books that I’ve previously written (that were also reviewed), this is “just” a booklet!

“The Fight For Insight: A Look Into One Human’s Every Day Mental Health Challenges” (An Educational Booklet) is complimentary and is available as of April 27, 2020.

Again, this is not a book in anyway… but it is eight pages of information that some may find interesting/helpful…

Thanks and have a wonderful day/night! 🙂

Book Review: Anecdotes on Volunteering

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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I Released My Second Book Today!

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.

—Mio Angelo

To All My Followers

“Good Days And Bad Days: I Don’t Have To Like It, I Just Have To Live With It” is the story of my life (thus far).

It has 12,500 words, and was downloaded over 50 times in 5 days.

Considering I’m only at 80 followers right now, who are these people downloading my book?!

If you downloaded it (and read it), kindly let me know what you think of it!

Please email chilloutmusicproducer (at) gmail (dot) com for feedback, questions, or to receive your own complimentary copy.

Thanks and have a great day!

Managing The Depression Puzzle By Ashley L. Peterson (A Mini-Review)

Here is a mini-review of Chapter One of “Managing The Depression Puzzle” by Ashley L. Peterson.

This is Ashley’s third book on mental illness (with this book focusing on various types of depression, and the ways in which we treat the condition).

Her writing style is conducive with someone who understands the subject matter, based on her choice of professions, as well as someone who deals with clinical depression herself.

I like Ashley’s approach so far. There is something for everyone, in the sense that I can read about differing types of depression: bipolar, unipolar (and schizoaffective). But also, gain a better understanding of some of the science behind what she says.

All in all, I find the first chapter worthy of reading the second and third and so on. Everything so far is quite informative!

I feel that “Managing The Depression Puzzle” is definitely worth your time and attention. Especially if you want to know more about depression, to include many things, such as the history of it, medications, therapy, self-care, and living with the illness.

For more on “Managing The Depression Puzzle” by Ashley L. Peterson, visit:

https://mentalhealthathome.org/managing-the-depression-puzzle/