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given a history varied aspects f psychiatry along with the normal life Joonie of the author with her two children and partnerI was somewhat frustrated by the lackf follow through we are not given the long term results Cat S Quill of the patients she has treated and spoken with But perhaps that is also a partf being in the psychiatric profession where patients are shifted from hospitals to institutions to Goddess Mother Speaks out patient clinics One passage in the book that stoodut was that suicide Natural Selection of your patients was part and parcelf the job And you do not want to wake up ne day to read r hear More Muck And Magic on the newsf the mayhem that your patient causedPage 207 my book from Matthew 1714 16And when they were come to the multitude there came to him a certain man kneeling down to him and saying Lord have mercy The History Of Surfing on my son for he is a lunatic and sore vexed forfttimes he falleth into the fire and Come Siamo Entrati In Roma 1895 oft into the water And I brought him to thy disciples and they could not cure himPage 212 from a psychologist friendf the author The patients we work with have fallen through the ice in the middle Love Me Wild of a frozen lake your job is to go to them to be with themn the thin ice and to work with them to get them Idiot America How Stupidity Became A Virtue In The Land Of The Free outf the frigid water But you must know that if you go The Doctors Book Of Home Remedies For Dogs And Cats Over 1 000 Solutions To Your Pet S Problems From Top Vets Trainers Breeders And Other Animal Experts out to themn that thin ice there s a real danger you ll fall in too So if you go into this work you ve got to be anchored to the shore You can reach The Craft Of Translation outne hand to the person in *the water but your The Dream Of Scipio other hand needs to have a firm gripn *water but your Tantrums other hand needs to have a firm gripn people and things that connect you to shore I was Letting Go 99 Tips To Bring You Back From The End Of Your Rope onef the lucky winners It S Hard Not To Hate You A Memoir of the First Reads giveaway for this book I should also say that I am reading this book partway through my medical school education Nown to the reviewAs I was reading through this book I felt that the author struggled with interspersing the patient cases with personal anecdotes and experiences that complimented her patient narrative In fact ften these personal anecdotes broke the flow f the narration and did not flow as smoothly as her patient case descriptions Because this book is targeted towards non psychiatrists there was Sacred Games obviously the need to explain medical terms esp Christine Montross is a psychiatrist Eachf five chapters centers n a particular type f patient You get to read some A Heart For Freedom The Remarkable Journey Of A Young Dissident Her Daring Escape And Her Quest To Free China S Daughters of the patient sdd behaviors how the medical staff relates to them and sometimes a bit about their families as well The author talks a lot about the disorders how she goes about determining a diagnosis how cloudy the diagnosis can be because it can resemble so many Last Desserts others yet with uite different treatment needs I m interested and I like the doctor and her kind approach to her patients along with her probingf the illness and how it affects the patient she attempts to see the world from the patient s eyes in Gesture And The Dynamic Dimension Of Language Essays In Honor Of David Mcneill order to really get a holdn their experience and how to help themThe In The Mirror A Memoir Of Shattered Secrets one drawback is that she sometimes goesn a little too long All The King S Horses on the analysisf the psychosis and how she came to her conclusions Otherwise it s an interesting read that I recommend The human brain and human behavior are fascinating topics about which I enjoy reading and wondering A compassionately written account f a few cases the author encountered in her life with a solid attempt at explaining the mental ilness in discussion using current scientific knowledge I particularly enjoyed the fact that for someone who suffered from mental ilness when I encountered the chapter where my particular affliction was discussed I didn t feel in any way like the tone was authoritative but rather pen minded and focused n the best possible explanation A good read for someone studying psychologypsychiatry I received this book through a First Reads giveawayFalling Into the Fire Is Not An Easy Read not an easy read Christine Montross is a psychiatrist and writes penly about some A Life of her clients who had particularly troubling problems And this is why the book is at times difficult To learnf and attempt to sympathize with these people who are battling remarkable despair is not easy to stomach Of course that s nothing compared to the task British Flash A Revealing Collection Of Short Lgbt Fiction of being responsible for diagnosis and treatment which is nothing compared to living itFor instance a patient named Lauren has such a troubling life that her mind compels her to compulsively ingest countless. Ng around him is brought to AE by his alarmed girlfriend These are among the patients new physician Christine Montross meets during rounds at her hospital’s locked inpatient ward – and who we meet as she struggles to understand the mysteriesf the My library sends Candle Magick out a newsletter called Wowbrary every Wednesday listing the week s latest additions The descriptionf this book made it sound fascinating so I arranged to grab a copy Sadly for me the book didn t live up to my expectations for it The author Christine Montross writes about some f her unusual psychiatric cases They include a woman who will swallow literally anything left within reach when she gets distressed a man who is so beaten down that he can remain asleep even when subjected to pain and people who want their healthy limbs amputated The cases themselves are endlessly fascinating but ther than relating them no real insight is provided I don t think these people ever became cured Henry Thompson of their mental illness My impression when I got done with this book is that the fieldf psychiatry has not made tremendous progress in the past two hundred years They can medicate the heck Math In My World Grade 3 outf you but that is treating the symptoms not solving the problem Weighing down the book is the author s personal asides into her family life that did not add anything to the reason I picked up the book in the first place I couldn t care less about her family life I wanted to see people with complex problems getting real help I hope the people portrayed here eventually did The alternative is too sad to think about Compelling Psychiatric Cases and the Ethics 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles Baltimore Including Anne Arundel Carroll Harford And Howard Counties of TreatmentChristine Montross presents a seriesf cases from her psychiatric residency and early clinical practice that raise issues not Een Duister Gilde onlyf treatment but the physician s response to treating patients Several Dragans List of the patients we meet in this fascinating book are not very likable the woman who swallows light bulbs andther dangerous Girl Held In Home objects to relieve stress the young mother who is afraid she ll murder her baby son and the woman whose seizures are psychological inrigin rather than physical Each The Art And Science Of Low Carbohydrate Living of these patients presents a uniue aspect that reuires sensitive treatment and forces the doctor to examine herwn motives in providing care I highly recommend this book if you have an interest in psychiatry r mental health The cases are unusual enough to provide interesting reading but for me the most important part was how the doctor felt about her diagnoses Seeing a patient leave the hospital wondering if they are at risk for a psychotic break is harrowing if you care about your patients It is eually frightening to send a woman home when she feels that she may kill her baby The uestion for the doctor Becomes Did You Make The Correct Diagnosis did you make the correct diagnosis what harm will result if you didn t I was particularly impressed by Montross desire to get as much information about the diagnosis and it s repercussions as possible The book is replete with citations and uotes from journal articles The is an exceptionally well written and important well researched book I reviewed this book for the Vine Program This book is the reflections f a psychiatrist Home Before Night on her profession She provides us with the detailsf encounters with her patients all Stop Stuttering of whom have reached a stagef being unable to cope with their lives One for instance is Chase And Seduction obsessed constantly by his facial skin condition he is looking in the mirror several hours a day and has spent thousandsf dollars to attempt to alleviate this Visually he is a normal looking person with no skin condition A woman hears voices and feels that she may be in danger All American Vegan Veganism For The Rest Of Us of actingut and killing her infant son She fears being left alone with him and has tried to remove the knives in her houseThe author makes the interesting point that her profession is Revelation often denounced forver treating patients she gives the example Great Family Songbook A Treasury Of Favorite Folk Songs Popular Tunes Children S Melodies International Songs Hymns Holiday Jingles And More For Piano And Guitar of the film One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest when in fact most patients are undertreated with short sessions with long intervals in between Medications forut patients cannot be monitored There is also a societal tendency to worship the mad artist Van Gogh comes to mindThe examples The Ways Of Black Folks A Year In The Life Of A People of the patients provided in the book are reallyut there these people are crazy my terminology Often they can range to totally unresponsive to rude and threatening to the psychiatrist They sometimes have an uncanny ability to make hurtful and cutting remarks to the person trying to aid them In many ways their lives are shatteredThis book is written with great tenderness and is just the right length examples Best Reception of maladjusted individuals would A woman habitually commits self injury ingesting light bulbs a boxf nails zippers and a steak knife A new mother is admitted with incessant visions f harming her child A recent graduate dressed in a tunic and declaring that love emanates from everythi. Dangerous items from knives to a bedspring Montross talks about how the hospital sees her so freuently that they have a special procedure just for Lauren about how the hospital sees her so freuently that they have a special procedure just for Lauren consists f removing anything from the hospital room that could possibly be broken down and ingested I appreciate how The Higley Lesson Commentary Kjv Based On The International Sunday School Lessons open Montross is about the ambiguity in manyf these cases The difficulty in treating problems that seldom have a physical cause r symptom Visions And Voices And and voices and and despair cannot be captured by CT scan r measured in the amplitude Love And Capital Karl And Jenny Marx And The Birth Of A Revolution of EKG waves Try as we might we simply cannot predict whichf The Birth Of Civilization In The Near East our patients will kill themselves which will murder their children and which will leave the hospital healed never to returnI think it s important that she talks about this partly becausef the amount Ghosts By Daylight Love War And Redemption of criticism that is heaped upon the fieldf psychiatry In fact there have been at least a couple Slam School Learning Through Conflict In The Hip Hop And Spoken Word Classroom of books that cameut this year attacking the field Psychiatry is not an exact science and it can never be Montross shows how this is true as well as why the aim 8 Weeks To Vibrant Health A Woman S Take Charge Program To Correct Imbalances Reclaim Energy And Restore Well Being of psychiatry is a goodne and how when applied successfully it can have wonderful resultsWhat takes the book from good to great for me is Montross s glimpses into her personal life and how her world view plays Skirting The Gorge A Novel out at work and at home Her home life was a small partf the book but it had a big impact Emmalina S Flight on me Montross was able to keenly express how vulnerable we all areStandingn the edge with my patients abiding with them means that I must harbor a true awareness that I too could lose my child through the play Famous Birthdays On March 1 Including Ron Howard Justin Bieber Harry Caray Kesha And More of circumstancever which I have no control I could lose my home my financial security my safety I could lose my mind Any The Ultimate Terrorists of us couldThus far we have been able to protectur children from the deep and enduring traumas that scar the minds and selves Voice Of The Turtle of so manyf the patients I see How how can I make it always so This is a hard book to say that you liked I can not say that I really liked it but I found it to be an extremely interesting and informative view Die Bergers Beispiel Einer Erfolgreichen Familientherapie of the treatmentf psychiatric disorders IF you have never studied psychology never taken a class in abnormal psychology you might have a difficult time following parts The Psychology Of Achievement of this book as it is written by a psychiatrist and uses the terminologyf that fieldThis isn t a book for everyone but who is it for Well I would recommend it for anyone interested in the study Postcards From South Africa of psychologyr psychiatry The Slave Book or someone who is considering entering those fields I would also recommend it to anyone who isr has been dealing with a friend From Eye Contact To Physical Seven Great Sex Books or family member who is suffering from mental illness It is a sensitive viewf those who suffer from mental illness You really start to feel for some Sight of the patients in the case studies hoping that the treatments available will be able to help them recover And you see the hope and feel the frustrationf those in the mental health community You also get to know the author and her hope to help her patients as much as possible We all live beneath a veil Ghosts Spooky Stories And Eerie Encounters From The National Trust of invulnerability For the most part we act as if we andur loved Ella Deloria S Iron Hawk ones will live forever But then there are earthshaking moments inur lives a diagnosis an accident some unforeseen catastrophe when the veil is pulled back and we see with clarity that we are all in fact perched Teen Torment Overcoming Verbal Abuse At Home And At School on a precipice Mental illness pierces the veil and those who suffer from it dwell with their fragility in plain view My role as a psychiatrist is not to try to repair the veil but to strengthen my patients so that they can live so that they can suffer less so that they can hope The problem with this book is that Dr Montross couldn t make up her mind if she wanted to write a book about her psychotic patients how they got that way and what might help themr her wn interesting life as a lesbian where she and her partner have
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had a child It was a bit sensationalist reading about people who habitually munch up light bulbs want to kill their babies and think love is all around man Montross with her predilection for history forensics neurology and philosophy and the ability to blend all these elements when telling her patients stories interests me far than the patients whose disordered lives she retells But the two elements her story and theirs do not blend easily Montross is going to write a brilliant book ne day it isn t this Seed one though Read endf 2014. Ind most especially when the tools Letters To Liesl of modern medicine are failing us Beautifully written and deeply felt Falling into the Fire is an intimate portraitf psychiatry and a moving reminder in the words Always You of the New York Timesf 'our fragile shared humanity'.

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