Kay Redfield Jamison
She is unusual in that she, herself, suffers from manic-depressive illness, and has successfully used that intimate knowledge of the disease to help others.
He was the author's childhood pal and strong emotional and intellectual support in adulthood.
Theauhtor confronts her over her use of medication to control her disease. From early in their childhood, Jamison knows her as someone with a short temper and sharp tongue.
She is a steady wellspring of love, warmth and nurturing. She helps the author to recover from her early bouts of manic-depression and serves as a role model of reasonable, rational behavior.
An Air Force pilot and scientist, he is prone to flights of whimsy that entertain his children as youngsters.
Her psychiatrist (therapist)
He received high marks for compassion and skill, and is...
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