Save-My-Life School: A first responder's mental health journey de Natalie HarrisSave-My-Life School: A first responder's mental health journey de Natalie Harris

Save-My-Life School: A first responder's mental health journey

deNatalie HarrisPréface deClara HughesContribution deAmanda Amanda Barrowcliffe

Couverture souple | 25 janvier 2017 | Anglais

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This intense and engaging memoir is based on the true life of Natalie Harris. Mental illness, post-traumatic stress syndrome, overdoses and addiction are some of the demons this paramedic turned author deals with--stemming from a horrific double-murder call. This incredible story makes public the very private battles many face. This book is raw, honest and a window into the mind of someone facing mental illness. Although a serious topic, this biography is at times laugh-out-loud funny, poignant and simply a good, entertaining read. This is a must-have for anyone who wants a cover-to-cover read, keeping you on the edge of your seat.
Natalie Harris is a mom, an Advanced Care Paramedic and an educator in Ontario, Canada. She possesses a BHSc in Paramedicine for which she received the Outstanding Achievement Award from Victoria University, and is an avid mental health advocate. After battling illnesses such as post traumatic stress disorder and addiction, she openly ...
Titre :Save-My-Life School: A first responder's mental health journeyFormat :Couverture soupleDimensions de l'article :9 × 6 × 0,68 poDimensions à l'expédition :9 × 6 × 0,68 poPublié le :25 janvier 2017Langue :Anglais

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ISBN - 10 :189481391X

ISBN - 13 :9781894813914



Natalie Harris offers a deeply personal, meaningful and raw glimpse into the very real struggle with illness.  Illness that is typically and tragically steeped in silence. She breaks the stigma by breaking the silence. She articulates so deeply what it means to live with PTSD, depression and anxiety. I've had the great gift of knowing Natalie through her writings. After meeting her, I can say she is as she writes: through struggle and joy, she is a shining and clear light that's focused on making sure the silence is ended for those living with or loving someone with similar struggles. There is no one audience for Natalie's writings; I truly feel she writes for us all. Clara Hughes, O.C., O.M.6-time Olympic MedalistSpokesperson for Bell Let's talk