Growing up in Singapore wasn't as easy as it seemed. It was competitive yet conservative at the same time. In this personal memoir, Debbie Lee recounts how she survived self-doubt, sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, suicide and the struggles she faced during recovery.
Debbie shares how reverse psychology and being competitive can cause emotional damage to your child. How girls should treasure their body and sexuality. How she picked herself up from the mess she was in when she was sexually abused. How she was suddenly at the top of the world and her life was perfect. How she couldn't keep up with perfection and fell. How she struggled during the lowest point of her life when she was depressed and suicidal. How she tamed her demon.
Perhaps by reading this book, you will find light in your darkness. Realize that it's not the end of the world. Or perhaps it might help you understand what depression is and how to help someone.
Paperback: 184 Pages
Product Dimensions: 125 x 200 mm
Published by Math Paper Press