A personal account of bipolar disorder

Will Morro was diagnosed with Bipolar 1 Disorder at the age of 20 while a student at Boston College. Over 13 years, he endured six hospitalizations in mental health facilities and nine psychiatric evaluations in emergency rooms. His book, Nobody Believes Crazy (Stay Thirsty Press, 2020), delivers a first-person account of living with mental illness. Nobody Believes Crazy has been described as a “gritty, authentic memoir” that describes what it is like to have bipolar disorder—what it feels like, how your brain reacts, and the feeling of being, at times, kidnapped by the illness. A must-read for anyone living with bipolar disorder and their family and friends.

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