We all want to be happy but for a mentally disabled person, he or she can often have misguided and unpleasant perceptions about many parts in life.  These perceptions can have a profound effect of depression every day.  Medication offers some relief, but (my) mental illness is not curable.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

“I suffer from schizoaffective disorder and have had this disorder since 1992. I have seen multiple psychiatrists and have found my treatment can be supplemented with happy thoughts, to gain as much as possible a normal happy life. In writing this first book, I have found God’s listening ear is the best medicine.”

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I met neighbor (1)

I met neighbor (1)

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