Induced Amnesia

Induced Amnesia - Tyin C Krysset Tyin's writing speaks of depression as if speaking of a first cousin: A relative you might be close to, but at times would really rather not be.

The sheer desperation it would take to seek inducing amnesia, is mind boggling. However, since I have dealt with severe depression & debilitating pain, if I thought that was a viable solution I might have opted for it.

As it was I had to slog through La Brea tar pit emotions to reach the side of mental health again.

Thank you for articulating what it's like to be entrapped in the Bell Jar.

This book is five star enticing.