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Let Me Not Be Mad A Story of Unravelling MindsThe author of this book is a neurologist or When I Grow Up (Tales From Foster High, psychologist so it s not surprising that the flap copy compares him to Oliver Sacks and RD Laing Those names are guaranteed toiue my interest and the summary also Arachne promised that there would be arescription for a truly empathetic therapy at the end so I took the book out of the library without ever having heard of it before Normally I check everything out on Goodreads firstThe book is indeed structured like an Oliver Sacks book with chapter after chapter illustrating Dr Benjamin s interactions with his Rock Lead Basics patients but he doesn t have Dr Sacks tidy storytelling style and my mind wandered uite a bit The comparison to RD Laing was uite apt though because he too is calling BS on himself and the whole diagnosticrofession Those were my favorite Lightning Over Bennett Ranch parts so I coped down my favorite uotes Here goes1 Coy behavior begins early in development to elicit nurturance and reduce theossibility of adult aggression 2 Doctors would always be the central characters in their own emergencies the Sri Sumarah, Pariyem dan Bu Bei patients just extras And my very favorite written about aatient with divine delusions of himself 3 He wasn t the first bipolar ADHD narcissist addict whatever he "was who had gone to town on his Higher Power Though I ve said this in other reviews it "who had gone to town on his Higher Power Though I ve said this in other reviews it here too 5 star gems of wisdom amid a 3 star sometimes boring narrativeThe book took a dramatic and unexpected turn about three uarters of the way though I won t spoil it but I will say that it s about the author s Class Struggles personal life The events don t seem to beresented chronologically so I was confused by Wilfred Owen (Routledge Revivals) precisely what happened to him and I was relieved to find another Goodreader who felt the same The last chapter was aleasant surprise though It wasn t at all the empathetic therapy I was expecting but I like itIf you are interested in the Study to Teach practice ofsychology this book is worth checking out But I warn you it s a bit experimental in its organization It s meant to reflect the disordered jumble of a human mind which means the author is really showing and not telling but if you like a traditional narrative you might find the book hard to get through Written in dense muscular anarchic Global Corporations in Global Governance prose taking us deep inside the delirious fictionalised mind of its author the book has the feel of a juggernaut relentlesslylowing towards the cliff face It s got a truly original and utterly uncompromising feel Occasionally you feel a bit like you re Angels in Harmony playing catch up but it is despite its confusing feel honest striking and at times savagely funny An outstanding original debut As urgent and compelling as it isrofound Unmissable This book is all of wonderful thought Sketchy Behavior provoking and also very confusing I am still not sure I fully understand it or complet. Simultaneously a memoir a series of case studies a confession and a hall of mirrors A K Benjamin’s Let Me Not Be Mad takes the reader on a twistingsychological journey through madness love and self destructionA room with two Autumn Brides people in it One of them is talking the other is listening Both of them need helpWritten from a uniuely affecting and involvederspective this is a story that be. Ely followed it erhaps that is the Sticky Church point When finished it almost feels like my mind is addled as much as the author s which could well be a sign of how consuming the writing is and that this is written to make your thoughts and feels echo those of the author Really strange and interesting I did not like this book I read a review in the NY Times whichroclaimed it as exellcent with a write up so compelling I was Forbidden Love Unchained pleased tourchase it through for 16Rarely do I trash a book in a review It was awful Presumably you the reader are observing the author "OBSERVE HIMSELF AS HIS JUST BRILLIANT AND LIFE CHANGING "himself as his Just brilliant and life changing Benjamin s Let Me Not Be Mad is a fascinating hybrid of a book In Witches of the Deep South part a collection of case studies ofatients with neurological Metro 2033 (Universo Metro) problems it is also a rather slippery memoir an exploration of the doctoratient relationship and a critiue of Britain s National Health System Intense ironic sharply observed allusive erudite and in Christianity placesossibly Run for Your Life (Michael Bennett, pseudo scholarly the book demands a lot from the reader This isarticularly the case in its final third where the narratormemoirist the Alice-Miranda at Camp pseudonymous AK Benjamin is himself insychological free fall Up to this The Red Queen: Sex and the Evolution of Human Nature (Penguin Press Science) (English Edition) point the reader knows Dr Benjamin as a trustworthy medicalrofessional A neuropsychologist apparently employed in the general neurology department of a hospital in northern England he has described his work gathering The Association of Small Bombs patients stories and testing those whose brains aren t functioningroperly for a variety of reasons dementia epilepsy traumatic brain injury motor neurone disease and mental illnessDr Benjamin comes across as a capable deeply empathic diagnostician though one whose approach to his work has seemingly been idiosyncratic and unconventional He meets Wilderness Survival Handbook patients for coffee and does nonencil and The White Mans Burden paper diagnostics in soccer stadiums for example However in the lastart of the book the reader s impression of Benjamin is largely undone by details of a mind and a life spinning out of control In disorganized and at times incomprehensible Visit the Sick prose the memoiristresents himself as a Carry Me Over the Threshold person who is as troubled as any of hisatients running for years from a diagnosis he didn t want to accept and for which he refused treatment He Reveals That Some Of The that some of the studies he described are not based on The Courtship Basket patients but on himself and his ownsychiatric history The most notable of these cases concerns B the young son of dysfunctional Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 2 Samuel (The Expositors Bible Commentary psychologically absentarents a boy known to leap from bedroom windows and shock himself using a model train setGiven these later revelations it s not surprising really that one of the earliest cases Benjamin resents is that of a recently retired and widowed woman whose memory is failing Lucy has recently been found in the wrong ho. Gins somewhere familiar – the consulting room – but ends somewhere utterly unexpectedThrough a series of intense encounters with minds on the brink it shows how fine the line is between strange behaviour and catastrophic illness between truth and fantasy Then it shows what it’s like to cross that line leaving a trail of destruction in one’s wakeIt is a book about confronting the Use watering a neighbour s houseplants On another occasion "SHE FORGOT TURN OFF A TAP BEFORE ANSWERING "forgot to turn off tap before answering hone and flooded her home Her semantic memory recall of facts is receding and her speech is odd similar sounding words are spoken in lace of the right ones Based on her clinical Light Thickens (Roderick Alleyn, presentation and her MRI scan she s diagnosed with early onset dementia but a few months later when the scan is repeated the abnormality hypoperfusion of brain tissue which led to her catastrophic medical labelling is no longer in evidence The neurologist overseeing the case is forced to walk back the diagnosis Lucy s behaviour is now to be viewed as an extreme response to bereavement and significant life changes Too late She has accepted the initial verdict and begun the descent into actual dementiaBenjamin explores a study of the ways in which input from medicalrofessionals can drastically alter read limit A Multi-Site Church Roadtrip patientserceptions of themselves and their capacities His awareness of such studies may explain in Magic Dreams (Kate Daniels, part his own resistance to a diagnosis when he was a youngererson Ultimately however his dysfunction catches up with him His The End of Intelligent Writing professional approach can no longer be written off as that of a maverick It is clear that his behaviour is abnormal and his judgement dangerously compromised He is madFor the mostart I found Benjamin s book a fascinating one The mind behind it if disordered is nimble and capacious There are innumerable literary neurological Introduction to Orthotics psychological andop culture references not all of which I comprehended I suspect if I reviewed this book on a different day I would highlight different sections and might even draw different conclusions about it That s how rich and stimulating it is I do wish the last section which deals with the author s madness had been controlled I suspect Benjamin wanted to communicate the degree to which his mind had unravelled However I m not sure that forcing the reader to wade through so much muck and mess is necessary to get the I-O point acrossI would like to thank Net Galley and Penguin GroupDutton forroviding me with a digital copy of this intense and challenging டணாயக்கன் கோட்டை [Danaayakkan Kottai] puzzle of a bookRating 35 rounded up I checked somearenthetically noted scholars and dates and couldn t find the studies being cited A classic combining science Understanding Central Asia poetry humanity and deep introspection True brilliance Uniue fresh and whilst at times it could read Somewhat confusingly it all becomes clear in the end This is a special kind of story told in a special kind of way that continues to grow on you long after you ve closed it for the last timeUntil you inevitably open it to read it again with a whole differenterspective This is an absolute cracker Funny dark moving surreal and also very real I loved it. Ruth of who we are and what we have done But it’s also about confronting the darkness in us all driving millions of us to distraction and collapseIn ursuit of its author’s secrets you will be led through a hall of mirrors; a labyrinth of stories that in you with their energy and emotionAlong the way you will discover that all too often madness like beauty is in the eye of the behold.