Tag: suicide

Suicidal to Superhuman by Mike Dayem (Book Review #794)

Suicidal to superhuman is a self-help book that challenges the ways we currently approach mental health, depression, and suicide. The work borderlines a tool kid and takes a closer look at how people struggle with mental health or mask their emotions. It then provides… Continue Reading “Suicidal to Superhuman by Mike Dayem (Book Review #794)”

The Princess of Baker Street by Mia Kerick (Book Review #561)

The Princess of Baker Street is a young adult fiction story discussing two young teens, their emotional roller-coaster rides, transgender issues, and suicide matters. The story affects two kids in particular. A boy and a girl who once faces the dilemma of finding her… Continue Reading “The Princess of Baker Street by Mia Kerick (Book Review #561)”

Vincent Van Gogh – The Ambiguity of Insanity

An abrasive itinerary of the presence of women, the landscape and obsession. Such are the internal paradigms that went through the compelling life of the Post-Impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh.

Interview with the devil by Skylerr Darren (Book Review #540)

Interview with the devil is a psychological horror about Victor, a serial killer and the reasons why he became such a person. The story vibrantly explains his harsh upbringing and all of the abuse he went through in detail. It is obvious that there… Continue Reading “Interview with the devil by Skylerr Darren (Book Review #540)”

The Suicide Letters of Jack Monroe by Mary Maurice (Book Review #535)

The suicide letters of Jack Monroe is a psychological thriller about Susan wanting to commit suicide and Jack Monroe trying to stop her. What then conspire between them are numerous amounts of letters and dialogue defining their relationship as Jack attempts to stop her… Continue Reading “The Suicide Letters of Jack Monroe by Mary Maurice (Book Review #535)”

You May Have Depression and Not Know It by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D.

You May Have Depression and Not Know It For people who are unfamiliar with mental illness, the term “depression” usually applies to someone else. The stigma about mental illness causes people to be uncomfortable identifying with this concept. They may not even think about… Continue Reading “You May Have Depression and Not Know It by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D.”

Mário De Sá-Carneiro: The Ambiguity of a Suicide by Giuseppe Cafiero (Book Review #422)

The Ambiguity of a Suicide is a fictional story about Mario’s suicide. Fernando Pessoa seeks answers about his friend’s choice of death. While he pursues answers with investigators, this story then takes a different and interesting turn. The three characters start an adventure traveling… Continue Reading “Mário De Sá-Carneiro: The Ambiguity of a Suicide by Giuseppe Cafiero (Book Review #422)”

Despair to Deliverance: A True Story of Triumph Over Severe Mental Illness by Sharon DeVinney (Book Review #157)

This review was kindly requested by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D Despair to Deliverance is a memoir written about Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D. and her patient, Robin. Sharon is Robin’s psychotherapist and she has been working with Robin since 1993. Robin suffers from anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and… Continue Reading “Despair to Deliverance: A True Story of Triumph Over Severe Mental Illness by Sharon DeVinney (Book Review #157)”

Moristoun by Kevin McAllion (Book Review #111)

This review was kindly requested by the author, Kevin MaAllion. Moristoun is a story about redemption, love and the enjoyment of living. There are times in life when nothing seems to be going your way. The feeling of loneliness, having no goals or ambition… Continue Reading “Moristoun by Kevin McAllion (Book Review #111)”