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If you could sum up Loud in the House of Myself in three words, what would they be?
Informative, Intriguing, Dark
What did you like best about this story?
Beyond the memoir, the author speculates on the mental health world of diagnosis, medication, and treatment.
Any additional comments?
I found this to be a very intriguing and information memoir, focusing not only on the author’s individual experiences, but also going into detail about the way the mental health system works for those diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and Bipolar. It serves as a source of experiential knowledge for those who may not understand these disorders and the hardships involved both for the suffering and for the psychiatric teams who sometimes struggle to help those with BPD due to the very nature of the disorder.
Pershall relates to a quick overview of her life and the instances that defined her as she grew up and moved through the system. It’s relatively short, but I found it to be an interesting, well written work that doesn’t sound whiny or unrealistic or embellished. I would have liked to see a little more memoir that was more in-depth, as many of the scenes are general or just speculate on how medication/doctors work.
Overall, if you’re looking more a memoir based on mental health that’s a quick read and not incredibly triggering, this may be the book for you!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
This was an outstanding audiobook. So honest, so informative, so heartbreaking, and so hopeful. Stacy Pershall has logged a lot of time in hell, and she's not only scrambled her way back to earth, but managed to turn her history and horrific suffering into a truly excellent book. I appreciate and respect her so much. I also enjoyed hearing her read her story. Bravo!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful