Strangers to Ourselves Unsettled Minds and the Stories That Make Us [Audiobook] Description
In her compelling debut novel Strangers to Ourselves, Rachel Aviv poses fundamental concerns about how we comprehend ourselves under pressure and adversity. Aviv writes about people who have encountered the limitations of psychiatric explanations for who they are by drawing on in-depth, original reporting as well as unpublished journals and memoirs.
Aviv curious about how our tales about mental illnesses affect and how they manifest in our lives . Her story challenges the way we think about and discuss sickness, and it is a testament to the malleability and resiliency of the mind.