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6 edition of Don"t Call Me Crazy! found in the catalog.

Don"t Call Me Crazy!

I"m Just in Love

by Swiyyah Nadirah Muhammad

  • 186 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by PublishAmerica .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Romance,
  • Romance - General,
  • Fiction / Romance / General,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Romance,
  • Romance: Modern

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages195
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8498464M
    ISBN 101424136148
    ISBN 109781424136148
    OCLC/WorldCa609992401

      (Don’t) Call Me Crazy deals with the power of diagnosis/labels not being the same for everyone, and the inequality in the mental health discussion. It is an anthology that stresses individual experiences, support, and listening. Kelly Jensen is a former librarian and current editor at Book Riot and her own popular book blog, Stacked. She's the editor of two highly-acclaimed YA anthologies, Here We Are: Feminism For The Real World and (Don't) Call Me Crazy: 33 Voices Start The Conversation About Mental Health/5(20).

    In (Don't) Call Me Crazy, thirty-three actors, athletes, writers, and artists offer essays, lists, comics, and illustrations that explore a wide range of topics: their personal experiences with mental illness, how we do and don't talk about mental health, help for better understanding how every person's brain is Brand: Algonquin Young Readers. As someone dealing with depression (etc.), I would recommend "Don't Call Me Crazy" if you're interested in learning/understanding more about mental health, to see how it is from the inside and perhaps a /10(1).

    Swiyyah Nadirah Woodard was selected as a Bay News 9 Everyday Hero, which was seen by two million viewers, for publishing a book and teaching the community about her own battle with mental illness. She was hospitalized six times and misdiagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. Her first book, "Don't Call Me Crazy! (Don't) Call Me Crazy 33 Voices Start the Conversation About Mental Health (Book): "An anthology of essays and illustrations that illuminate mental health topics in a straightforward way"-- .


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Don"t Call Me Crazy! by Swiyyah Nadirah Muhammad Download PDF EPUB FB2

With regard to mental illness (MI) and MI-related books, the anthology (Don't) Call Me Crazy was one of the top books I wanted to read this year. In a world where, in the past and to this day, MIs have been often misunderstood and tied to stigma in society, I believe a piece of literature in which well-known individuals and authors share their /5.

(Don’t) Call Me Crazy deals with the power of diagnosis/labels not being the same for everyone, and the inequality in the mental health discussion.

It is an anthology that stresses individual experiences, support, and listening. If you want to read more about it, Jensen also includes a reading list/5(29).

(Don’t) Call Me Crazy deals with the power of diagnosis/labels not being the same for everyone, and the inequality in the mental health discussion.

It is an anthology that stresses individual experiences, support, and listening. If you want to read more about it, Jensen also includes a reading : Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill. Don't Call Me CRAZY. This book had me laughing through and through, but it also pissed me off with Kamillah insensitive ass.

Overall, it was a different read in a good way. Maureen rated it /5. “I had the opportunity to read, “Don’t call me crazy!” and it was a very powerful book.

That really made me feel refreshed Dont Call Me Crazy! book a reader that I got to learn something and I had a good time and a good experience reading this book.

-Jahari Christmas Pokerface Productions/5(7). It is my pleasure to review Swiyyah Woodard's book, "Don't Call Me Crazy: I'm Just In Love." This is the story of making sense of what's happening to us, even in the midst of trauma. This brave young lady details her true story, often involving confusion and terror -- just as in our own lives, at times/5(24).

Her first book, "Don't Call Me Crazy. I'm Just in Love," became required and suggested reading in Reading, Writing, Abnormal Swiyyah Nadirah Woodard was selected as a Bay News 9 Everyday Hero, which was seen by two million viewers, for publishing a book and teaching the community about her own battle with mental illness/5.

(DON'T) CALL ME CRAZY 33 VOICES START THE CONVERSATION ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH by Kelly Jensen ‧ RELEASE DATE: Oct. 2, A lively, compelling anthology about mental health by over 30 contributors from a variety of backgrounds.

Kirkus Reviews' Best Books Of (Don’t) Call Me Crazy is a collection of short stories, essays, poetry, and art published by American author and former librarian Kelly Jensen. Formatted like a scrapbook, the collection contains thirty-three works written by different authors who have in some way grappled with mental illness.

Don't Call Me Crazy. Again: Book 2 of 2 - Kindle edition by Woodard, Swiyyah. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Don't Call Me Crazy.

Again: Book 2 of /5(9). (Don’t) Call Me Crazy deals with the power of diagnosis/labels not being the same for everyone, and the inequality in the mental health discussion. It is an anthology that. In (Don’t) Call Me Crazy, thirty-three actors, athletes, writers, and artists offer essays, lists, comics, and illustrations that explore a wide range of topics: their personal experiences with mental illness, how we do and don’t talk about mental health, help for better understanding how every person’s brain is wired differently,4/5(1).

Because there’s no single definition of crazy, there’s no single experience that embodies it, and the word itself means different things — wild.

extreme. disturbed. passionate. — to different people. In (Don’t) Call Me Crazy, thirty-three actors, athletes. Don't Call Me Crazy. Again book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Inspired by a true story. Sequel to, Don't Call Me Cray.

(Don't) Call Me Crazy is a conversation starter and guide to better understanding how our mental health affects us every day.

Thirty-three writers, athletes, and artists offer essays, lists, comics, and illustrations that explore their personal experiences with mental illness, how we do and do no.

In (Don't) Call Me Crazy, thirty-three actors, athletes, writers, and artists offer essays, lists, comics, and illustrations that explore a wide range of topics: their personal experiences with mental illness, how we do and don't talk about mental health, help for better understanding how every person's brain is wired differently, and what, exactly, might make someone crazy.

In (Don’t) Call Me Crazy, thirty-three actors, athletes, writers, and artists offer essays, lists, comics, and illustrations that explore a wide range of topics: their personal experiences with mental illness, how we do and don’t talk about mental health, help for better understanding how every person’s brain is.

(Don’t) Call Me Crazy is a conversation starter and guide to better understanding how our mental health affects us every day. Thirty-three writers, athletes, and artists offer essays, lists, comics, and illustrations that explore their personal experiences with mental illness, how we do and do not talk about mental health, help for better understanding how every person’s brain is wired differently, and.

(Don't) Call Me Crazy 33 Voices Start the Conversation About Mental Health (Book): "An anthology of essays and illustrations that illuminate mental health topics in a straightforward way"--To understand mental health, we need to talk openly about it.

This collection explores a wide range of topics, from the authors' personal experiences with mental illness and understanding how our brains are. “Crazy” is not a singular–or definitive–experience. This is a line from my new anthology, (Don’t) Call Me Crazy: 33 Voices Start The Conversation About Mental Health, which hits shelves it’s not just a line that I wrote.

It’s not just a line that’s true. Kelly Jensen is a former librarian and current editor at Book Riot and her own popular book blog, 's the editor of two highly-acclaimed YA anthologies, Here We Are: Feminism For The Real World and (Don't) Call Me Crazy: 33 Voices Start The Conversation About Mental writing has been featured in Bust Magazine, Fortune, Bustle, and more.

(Don't) Call Me Crazy is a powerful collection of own voices accounts of mental illness. The contributors include actors, visual artists and a veritable who's who of young adult fiction, and I'm glad young readers will have such people showing them that they're not alone in their experiences.Find books like (Don't) Call Me Crazy from the world’s largest community of readers.

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