River of time : my descent into depression and how I emerged with hope / Naomi Judd, with Marcia Wilkie.
Contributor(s): Wilkie, Marcia [author.].Material type: BookPublisher: New York : Center Street, 2016Copyright date: �2016Edition: First edition.Description: xv, 300 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1455595748; 9781455595747.Subject(s): Judd, Naomi | Judd, Naomi | Singers | Singers -- United States -- Biography | Country musicians -- United States -- Biography | Depressed persons -- United States -- Biography | BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY -- Personal Memoirs | MEDICAL -- Mental Health | PSYCHOLOGY -- Mental Health | PSYCHOLOGY -- Psychopathology -- Depression | SELF-HELP -- Mood Disorders -- Depression | Country musicians | Depressed persons | United States | Country music -- United States -- Biography | Depression (Psychology) -- Patients -- Biography | Country musicians -- United States -- BiographyGenre/Form: Autobiographies. | Biography. | Autobiographies.DDC classification: 782.421642092 | B Other classification: BIO026000 | PSY049000 | SEL011000 | MED102000 | PSY036000 | MUS010000
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"The Grammy-winning superstar and best-selling author of All That Is Bitter and Sweet shares the story of her struggles with depression, PTSD and addiction, a journey that included extended hospital stays and moving lessons about how to find hope and help, "--NoveList.
She was a country music superstar facing nonstop success-- but offstage she struggled with harsh family secrets, absent emotional support, teenage motherhood, rape, and hepatitis. Here, Judd uncovers her struggles with depression, PTSD and addiction, a journey that included extended hospital stays and moving lessons about how to find hope and help. She has persevered-- and shares a message for anyone whose life has been scarred by trauma.
Foreword / by Dr. Mona Lisa Schulz -- Shhh ... Don't tell a soul -- Leaving home -- Who turned off the spotlight? -- Potato salad on the hood of the car -- One pill makes you larger and one pill makes you small -- The future isn't what it used to be -- Do your genes fit? -- Paging Doctor Schulz -- The cuckoo's nest -- The trauma egg -- Reliving the past -- The last dirty secret -- On the good ship Lollipop -- May I borrow your hammer? -- When you live in a glass house -- Somewhere, upon some bright new dawn ... -- Radical acceptance -- What Michelangelo knew -- Every ending is a new beginning -- The toothpaste is out of the tube -- Postscript: Bridge? What bridge? -- A note from Dr. Jerrold Rosenbaum.