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Today, Just Like Yesterday: Defying Dysthymia One Challenge at a Time Paperback – 12 Apr 2018
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About the Author
Richard Kirby was born in York in 1964 and lives near Middlesborough, UK. He was diagnosed with depression in 2004, a diagnosis that was refined ten years later to dysthymia, a mild, but chronic form of depression.
Having first revealed his mental health issues in 2011, Richard began to both write and talk openly about his feelings and how the condition affected his life. Then, in 2014, he embarked on a series of 'challenges'; designed to raise mental health awareness. Almost four years, and approaching one hundred challenges, later, Richard now has the chance to tell his story; and prove that it is possible to find the strength to fight back ...
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The overall point of his 100 challenges that he set himself was that you should never be afraid to ask anyone for help and all of his challenges involved the assistance of others. Some of the challenges were slightly less daunting than others but to set yourself this massive goal and then to achieve that goal was a very big deal indeed.
The book is written in a very readable style and is worth buying for it's entertainment value alone but this, added to the fact that it is a tale of learning to live with a mental illness makes for an emotional but entertaining read. I give it 6 stars ****** .