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Whispers: A book about mental health

Aaron Moran

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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This book took seven years to produce as it coincided with my own therapy for psychosis and aspergers. It is through this I was encouraged to use my abilities as a form of self-psychoanalysis. I believe this book has helped me understand mental illness, and hope it help others too.

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