Rarely is a book written in the genre of mental health that approaches the subject from the experience of a person with mental illness. This book offers a first-hand perspective from the author diagnosed with a mental disorder at a young age. So, the advice given is both empathetic and relative for others suffering similarly. To the mental health sufferer, the book offers a robust self-help approach because it includes concrete psychological advice given in a lighthearted tone. This book crosses the boundaries for people without mental illness to understand those with it. Included in the pages is vast insight for people who regularly interact with a loved one who has a mental illness. But, even more so, there is compassionate insight for those suffering to understand themselves better. All readers are enlightened because the author’s writing style is one of open transparency while using a tone of inclusivity, regardless of physical/mental disabilities, financial status, and life situation.