What's Up with Ros?: Me, Myself and Tommy Sheridan
Ever wondered what life is like on a psychiatric ward? Or what it feels like to lose your mind? 'What's Up With Ros?' gives you the chance to see something of this hidden, chaotic world. 34-year-old magazine editor Ros Nash had always been an insomniac, but in December 2010 her sleep deprivation went too far - she was sectioned and spent three weeks on a psychiatric ward in Glasgow. Written in a year-in-the-life diary style, 'What's Up With Ros?' chronicles not just those three weeks locked up, but the next stage in her life too. Using humour more often than self-analysis, it shows how she learned to start accepting the past, reflecting on her problems whilst on a road trip across Europe with her husband Rob. Written entirely without self-pity, this shocking and extraordinary true story will make you laugh and cry. If you've ever let stress or office politics get the better of you, if you've ever worked so hard you burned out, if you've ever dreamed of leaving the rat race behind for good, you'll love this book.
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