Rattled

Overcoming Postpartum Psychosis

By (author) Jen Wight

Paperback - £11.99

Publication date:

21 March 2019

Length of book:

200 pages

Publisher

Trigger

Dimensions:

198x129mm
5x8"

ISBN-13: 9781789560725

Parenthood brings sleepless nights, tears and tantrums, nappy changes from hell, and the firm belief that you’re Cameron Diaz … wait, what?!

New mum, Jen Wight, definitely wasn’t expecting that. But after her son was born, her worldview shifted in strange and unexpected ways. Within weeks, Jen found herself living a very different life – working out the deeper connections underpinning existence, and discussing strategy with Barack Obama. The problem is, no one else could see what she saw. Not even her next-door neighbour, Renée Zellweger!

Rattled tells the extraordinary story of how Jen overcame her manic episodes – caused by postpartum psychosis - and beat her postpartum depression to become the loving, caring, wonderful mother she is today.

Trigger are proud to announce Theinspirationalseries, partner to our innovative Pullingthetrigger range. Theinspirationalseries promotes the idea that mental illness should be talked about freely and without fear. Theinspirationalseries tells the stories of people who have battled and beaten mental health issues.

Key features

  • An inspiring, humorous true story written about postnatal psychosis and depression
  • Gives tips and advice to mothers struggling from postnatal depression
  • Offers a source of hope and inspiration to readers, particularly to mothers, that they are not alone in their struggles
  • An enterprising and philanthropic book with contributing proceeds going towards our global mental health charity, The Shaw Mind Foundation
“This gripping book will take readers into the darkest of post-partum mood disorders. Importantly, hers is a message of hope, and she describes coming out of that darkness in a captivating, whimsical, enlightening way.” Professor Gordon Parker AO – Professor of Psychiatry University of New South Wales, and psychiatrist Black Dog Institute.