One: Memoir of a Manic Addict brings readers along with the author on a wild ride through the funhouse mirror to experience the blissful horror of drugs, the odd beauty of insanity, a huge sad impossible love, the brutal truth of growing up, of pain and loss and finding the strength to make sense of the senseless and the faith to go on with the burden of living. This true story reflects upon the party life and the hip New York City drug scene, the distorted views and insane directions launched by an undiagnosed bipolar condition kept afloat with drugs, alcohol, food binges, sex, overspending, and an inability to touch land. The author grabs hold of her own life and comes to terms with who she really is when all the craziness is stripped away: she is every woman, just like the readers, just like you, a vulnerable human who got lost in darkness along the way and, by the grace of God, stumbled back into the light.
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