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  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Mood Disorders / Depression
  • Language:English
  • Pages:165
  • eBook ISBN:9781543986198

Feelings & Rhymes Through Treacherous Times

by Bill White

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Life is hard when you're struggling with emotional or mental distress. Maybe it's the occasional unpleasant reaction to life's stressors. Perhaps a disorder is at play. Feeling alone, tired, hurt, and desperate - yeah, it's hard. Is it you? If so, more than anything, you need connection, diversion, perspective, and encouragement. Bottom-line: relief. Feelings & Rhymes Through Treacherous Times brings it.


Feelings & Rhymes Through Treacherous Times is a collection of some 90 poems and commentary, all written by Bill White. Making them extremely relevant to the reader, the poems were penned along Bill's decades-long emotional and mental health journey. To keep things organized, Bill categorizes the poems under Reflection, Frustration, Inspiration, and Love. The mission of the book is simple: Bill wants you to connect with his writing so you can gain a sense of positive perspective and relief regarding your own suffering. This is light and meaningful reading you can turn to time and again. Let his treacherous times help you through yours.

About the author

Bill White didn't invent emotional and mental distress, but he knows them like the back of his hand. In fact, they've become his life's passion and work. In addition to being a mental health professional, Bill founded and produces Chipur, an award-winning mood and anxiety disorder blog. At Chipur, it's all about sharing, learning, and relief. But his most valued credential is his decades-long experience with his own emotional and mental circumstances. Bill gets it and wants to lend a hand, and his readers know it. It doesn't get any better than that.