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Pieter Overduin I love myself ... and the feeling is mutual
diary of a manic-depressive
Pieter Overduin (Rotterdam, 1969) suffered from manic-depression for fifteen years. During that time he has kept a diary, consisting of short fragments from his daily life. Overduin writes about the first signs of the illness and the way he has dealt with it since then. He also shows what effect the illness had on his family, how the medication affected him and how it enables him to lead an independent life. I love myself... and the feeling is mutual is written in a very direct style, probing, moving...
Engels, ePub2, 1,9 MB, Pieter Overduin, Prinsenbeek, 2021
Pieter Overduin God is confused, He thinks He's Pieter
personal accounts of a manic-depressive and the people around him
Again, it has turned out to be a very interesting book. In it, Pieter describes how, after his first book, he slips into a manic episode, thinks he is Gandhi and God respectively, and subsequently finishes up in a depression. The accounts of his relatives, friends and former colleagues also show the reader a different side, what it's like for the people closest to Pieter to interact with someone who is manic-depressive. Just like he did with his first book, I love myself... and the feeling is mutual,...
Engels, 118 pagina's (ePub2, 0,5 MB), Pieter Overduin, Prinsenbeek, 2021