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Life Is Like a Line: A Memoir of Moods, Medication, and Mania

Cynthia M. Sabotka

Non-fiction, Harper True Life

A young woman is struck and must choose between the lethal pain of her familial abuses or a pharmaceutically driven life.

This is a story of survival that chronicles one woman's determined effort to break the cycle of mental illness that has plagued her family for generations. It took 48 years for Cynthia Sabotka to be stricken with something more menacing than her type A personality. Unable to recognize the differen...