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A Story of Breaking Free from Mental Maladies

Tilly Dunn narrates her liberating experience of overcoming her suicidal tendencies and psychosis.


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Exit Stage Left: From Suicidal to Imaginative Thinking, Moving Forward with a Healthy Mind
Written by Tilly Dunn
Exit Stage Left: From Suicidal to Imaginative Thinking, Moving Forward with a Healthy Mind Written by Tilly Dunn

Exit Stage Left tells the story of a womanís struggle against suicidal thinking for fifty-one years and bipolar disorder (mania). Discover how author Tilly Dunn overcame all her challenges in this inspiring book.

Exit Stage Left tells the story of a womanís struggle against suicidal thinking for fifty-one years and bipolar disorder (mania). Discover how author Tilly Dunn overcame all her challenges in this inspiring book.

Tilly Dunn courageously shares her incredible journey from early childhood until she is faced with grim realities in adulthood. Actually, she started fighting waves of suicidal thinking at the age of eleven, after her first failed suicide attempt. During her pregnancy with her first child, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

The author reveals in this empowering book the tools and ways she used in setting free from antipsychotic medications. After depending on these medications for forty-two years, Tilly has conquered her psychosis since January 2012. Her suicidal thinking halted abruptly in November 2007 after undergoing a laser spine surgery.

For the information of book enthusiasts, Dunnís book was displayed by Litfire at the 2016 Frankfurt Book Fair from October 19 to 23 in Germany.


Exit Stage Left: From Suicidal to Imaginative Thinking, Moving Forward with a Healthy Mind
Written by Tilly Dunn
Kindle | $3.99
Paperback | $15.99
Hardcover | $33.95
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online retailers.

About the Author

Tilly Dunn was born in the Netherlands in 1945 and migrated to Canada after six years. In 1956, Tilly began fifty-one years of suicidal thinking. In 1970, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder (mania). Tilly is the youngest of six children. For more information, visit her at http://tillydunn.com.


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