This book is some heavy reading. I want to say I enjoyed it but that just doesn't seem like the right word. Appreciated it is better I think. The way Elizabeth Wurtzel wrote this book makes it seem like she is just sitting beside you telling you her story. Her voice is an easy one to read. As someon...
Here's the thing: I don't know how to rate this. I loved it in college, when I was going through an emotional crisis so severe that I had to drop out, but upon rereads and further reflection, I realize that this book sort of suffered from "wrong candidate, right time."Wurtzel's description of depres...
Reading this book, I kept thinking that her symptoms seemed to reflect bipolar disorder, perhaps complicated by BPD, rather than a depressive disorder. The chaos, the neediness, the need for others to prove their love, and, most telling, others' responses to her behavior spoke to me as BPD...which w...
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