Yes, I Took My Meds: A Memoir
New Book By Ahiddibah Tsinnie
Yes, I Took My Meds: A Memoir, is a raw, intimate dive into finding, peace amongst the chaos. Dive into Ahiddibah’s world of family, culture, and motherhood while navigating her way through the ins and outs of bipolar disorder. Written with the perfect balance of humor and humility, Ahiddibah’s story is told truthfully and without restraint. It is one of courage and learning from mistakes. You will likely see bits of yourself in her story.
“Award-Winning Finalist in the Health: Psychology/Mental Health category of the 2020 Best Book Awards.”
Author Interview about Yes, I Took My Meds: A Memoir on EAuthor
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