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       Fly Me to the Moon: Bipolar Journey through Mania and Depression fills a niche in the mental health industry throughout the U.S. and elsewhere.  The storyline captivated me to read it in two sittings, however it is thoughtfully segmented to meet any reader’s pace.  This book is deeply engaging while never sacrificing medical/psychiatric authenticity in the service of character development. Instead, it constitutes a most compelling and immersive way for anyone to learn about Bipolar

       You will enter into the private world of Eileen Robbins. Her story is enjoyable and don’t be surprised to identify with her as she lives through mood swings, altered behavior, and treatment.  You will feel her struggles as she reluctantly accepts a diagnosis that will change her life forever. Although Fly Me to the Moon serves as an excellent resource book, it is primarily an appealing novel with a rich message that is a welcomed innovation.   

       Regardless of the impetus behind your interest, you will learn what you need to know about Bipolar Disorder. Healthcare professionals will gain a deeper understanding of the disorder enhancing their level of patient care.  For members of the public who have not had personal contact with Bipolar Disorder, its stigma will be erased and its myths will be debunked.  And for individuals with Bipolar Disorder and their loved ones, this book will not just be enlightening, but its insights will also give you realistic hope.  

       Fly Me to the Moon: Bipolar Journey through Mania and Depression is a powerful mechanism for education about Bipolar Disorder.  I am confident that readers will enjoy, learn, and benefit from Eileen’s story.

Dr. Feldman is the author of four psychiatric-related books and approximately 80 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters.  He has served as Vice-Chair for Clinical Services and Professor at University of Alabama in Birmingham’s (UAB’s) Department of Psychiatry, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Duke University and Medical Director of Hillcrest Hospital.

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