It's staggeringly honest but also really funny - I laughed out loud several times. It felt like hearing from a friend. A book that will make a difference, I am sure of it.
Her memoir is brave, honest and shows how friends, family and the NHS got her back from the brink.
Something To Live For vividly, brilliantly depicts a descent into mental illness, and what it feels like. It's funny, brutally honest - but uplifting too, because it shows how, with the right treatment, she recovered.
A very candid memoir... you are drawn into her story.