Lost and Found: My Journey to Hell and Back

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By the beginning of 1989, Mike Lipkin had become one of the leading admen in both South Africa and Canada. Then, in June 1989, he was plunged into the nightmare world of acute depression. For almost three years he would struggle with the disease until he was brought to the brink of suicide. Then, through the application of electro-convulsive therapy and the clarification of his values, he regained his sanity, his faith and his love of life. Lost and Found is Mike Lipkin's rivetting and painfully vivid description of his descent into depression and journey into madness. It is also the story of his miraculous recovery and the lessons his experience gave him on how to live a purposeful and fulfilled life. Most of all, Lost And Found is an uplifting and inspiring account of the power of the human spirit and the nature of miracles.
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Lost and Found is Mike Lipkin's rivetting and painfully vivid description of his descent into depression and journey into madness. It is also the story of his miraculous recovery and the lessons his experience gave him on how to live a purposeful and fulfilled life. Most of all, Lost And Found is an uplifting and inspiring account of the power of the human spirit and the nature of miracles.
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AuthorLipkin, Mike
PublisherHuman & Rousseau
PlaceCape Town
Year1998
ISBN0798134062
BindingPaperback
ConditionGood
CommentsPage edges yellowed.
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