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By: Indigo

Dancing with Chaos

Pages: 298 Ratings: 5.0
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Dancing with Chaos is a memoir. It is an eclectic tale that centres around themes of mental illness and medicine, travel and the struggles of a single mother. The main character is raised in poverty and uncertainty by a single mother who suffers from schizophrenia. Later, as a vulnerable teenager, searching for love and acceptance, she finds nothing but heartache. Then, as a young adult, she begins to discover that the world is actually a fascinating and sometimes wonderful place. Heartaches resurface as the genetics of mental illness unfold.
The author lives in a cabin in the hills of Northern California surrounded by meadows and forest. It is very much like what she had imagined as a little girl growing up in Manhattan. She lives with her husband and her adult son, who suffers from schizophrenia, and works locally in a small community clinic.
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  • Michael

    A deft storyteller, the author weaves an entertaining and engaging tale winding through the trials and tribulations of life's ups and downs while maintaining a positive and harmonious attitude. Dancing with Chaos shines a light through the prismatic human facets of mental illness, illuminating the hardships and suffering from a rainbow of emotions and insights. A great read. Congratulations INDIGO on seeking the light like a plant, finding your place in nature and making such a wonderful life for yourself.

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