Buy “To Cry A Dry Tear”
Bill MacPhee’s Journey of Hope and Recovery With Schizophrenia, reveals the truth about living with a mental illness.
Being diagnosed with a mental illness doesn't mean you can't live a full, happy, and successful life. It means you have to live a full, happy, and successful life that takes your mental illness into account.
Bill's childhood passion for swimming led him to the South China Sea at the age of 19, where he began a promising career as a commercial deep-sea diver in Singapore.
The future looked bright for Bill, already living his dream before his 20th birthday.
Five years later, Bill was living a nightmare inside the walls of a psychiatric ward. He was trapped in a world of illusions, delusions, paranoia, and depression, thanks to schizophrenia.
He was taken to hospital six times and lived in three different group homes as a result. At one point, he tried to end his life, feeling helpless and hopeless because of the life he left behind and what seemed to be a bleak future ahead.
But Bill held on to hope. He came to terms with his mental illness and used it as a springboard to life more rewarding and full than he could have imagined.
Now a recovery expert, Bill has helped thousands of people through his work and publications. His first book, To Cry A Dry Tear, gives you a clear and vivid understanding of what goes on in the mind of someone experiencing a psychotic episode like schizophrenia.
Get Your Free Copy of “The Secret to Recovery”
It’s natural for you to want to make things easier for your child and minimize their pain, but you can’t take away their mental illness.
You can, however, play an important role in helping your loved one with their recovery.
In his free ebook, mental health recovery expert Bill MacPhee dives into what recovery is from the standpoint of someone who’s been living with a mental illness for more than three decades, and gives you practical advice and helpful tips to work through recovery with your child.
Parents who have never experienced a mental health issue may find it hard to understand how difficult doing even the simplest things can be for someone recovering from schizophrenia, depression, or many other mental illnesses.
Bill takes his experience and uses it to teach you what you can do to help your son or daughter as they take their first few steps on the road to recovery.
If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed by your child’s mental health diagnosis and unsure of how you can help, “The Secret to Recovery” gives you a place to start so you can be the source of support your son or daughter needs.
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You can also buy To Cry a Dry Tear on Amazon