The Day The Voices Stopped

The Day The Voices Stopped

A Memoir Of Madness And Hope

Book - 2001
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Taunted by voices from the age of fourteen, in and out of hospitals and halfway houses for three decades, schizophrenic Ken Steele eventually emerged from madness to become a leading mental health advocate.
Publisher: New York : Basic Books, ©2001
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780465082278
0465082270
9780465082261
0465082262
Branch Call Number: B STEELE
Characteristics: xiv, 257 pages ;,22 cm
Additional Contributors: Berman, Claire

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bbonier Mar 11, 2014

I highly recommend this book for everyone to read. It gives insight into the lives of the mentally ill and the problems that they encounter in their fight to stay alive and live a meaningful life.

penpencil22 Jun 24, 2011

very helpful in understanding what schizophrenia sounds like to the individual. It was disheartening at times, but inspiring too.

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