Today’s post is an interview with Rebecca Moore, author of non-fiction / memoir “Mothering Through Bipolar”.
Q: What was the most challenging part about writing “Mothering Through Bipolar“?
Q:What is your favorite part of being an author?
Q:Is this book part of a series? Or is it a stand-alone?
Q: Do you have any works in progress you’re working on?
About the Book
Author: Rebecca Moore
Mothering Through Bipolar is Rebecca’s journey of living with Bipolar Disorder while raising a family of seven children. She takes her readers on an adventure through depression, mania, legal issues, relationship problems and other difficulties. Rebecca offers her readers encouragement, comfort and support; always with a message of hope.
Rebecca Moore has been diagnosed with everything from Postpartum Depression to Bipolar Disorder. Rebecca enjoys writing about surviving her journey through mental health and likes to help others who have been there as well. She is a strong Mental Health Advocate for parents living with mental illness. Rebecca is also the CEO of her nonprofit organization, Bipolar Parenting Foundation. She also runs a column on PsychCentral called Bipolar Parenting. Rebecca lives in Northeastern Pennsylvania with her husband and seven children.
“We must break down the wall of shame society has built for us” – Rebecca Moore in Mothering Through Bipolar
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