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I Don't Want to Be Crazy (Push)

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    Available in PDF Format | I Don't Want to Be Crazy (Push).pdf | English
    Sarah Schulman(Author)
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After going away to college and finding the independence she desired difficult to handle, the author begins to suffer from incapacitating anxiety attacks that change everything she had planned.

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Book details

  • PDF | 288 pages
  • Sarah Schulman(Author)
  • Scholastic US (2 May 2007)
  • English
  • 10
  • Biography

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  • By Chrissi Reads on 26 March 2016

    I have been meaning to get around to this book for quite some time now. I feel like I have a bit of a connection with it as I personally suffer from anxiety. Having such a connection can really affect my opinion of a book, especially if mental health isn’t presented in a ‘real’ way. I wasn’t worried about this as Samantha Schutz’s story is a true story.Reading I Don’t Want To Be Crazy feels like you’re creeping in on someone’s personal diary. Samantha writes with raw honest. You really feel as a reader that you’re experiencing what it is like to suffer with anxiety. The descriptions are really relatable and true to those that suffer with anxiety.This book is written in verse and I think it’s really interesting to read it in this way. I don’t think the verse really showed how powerful words can be, but at the same time, it came across as incredibly honest and to the point. That’s what you want. As a reader I want the mental health stigma to ease and for mental health to be recognised and understood more. This is why I appreciated the book!

  • By L. J. Wiley on 28 October 2009

    Although this was an informative enough book, it came across as a 'teen angst' type of storyline.For a man pushing 40 I thought this was too 'girly' and immature and did'nt offer anything to me personally which was a shame.

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