The Mind Surfer by Erica Crompton
The Mind Surfer is journalist Erica Crompton’s memoir, a collection of first-person prose and journalism that details exactly what psychosis is and how she learned to manage it in her late teens to mid-thirties. This book is aimed at all people, young or old, whose lives have been touched by psychosis: themselves, their loved ones and their caregivers. It’s written like a magazine: crammed with first-person features and expert tips, and the prose is clear and concise. She hopes this will help to engage a younger audience as well as more established patients with psychosis, which affects 1 in 20 people and is most likely to take a grip in the late teens to early twenties.
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