By Pete Earley, Jessie Close
The shut sisters are descended from very admired and prosperous ancestors. whilst the shut sisters have been very younger, their mom and dad joined a cult referred to as the MRA, or ethical Rearmament. The kinfolk was once all at once uprooted to a cult institution in Switzerland and, finally, to the Belgian Congo the place their father grew to become a doctor within the battle ravaged republic, and eventually the private surgeon to President Mobutu. presently after the ladies lower back to the USA for boarding institution, Jessie first began to show signs of serious bipolar illness (she might later examine that this ran within the family members, a well-kept secret). Jessie launched into a sequence of harmful marriages because the worsened. Glenn used to be consistently by way of her part all through. Jessie's psychological ailment was once handed directly to her son, Calen. It wasn't until eventually Calen entered McLean's psychiatric health center that Jessie herself used to be clinically determined. Fifteen years and twelve years of sobriety later, Jessie is a strong and efficient member of society. Glenn remains to be the key aid in Jessie's life.
In RESILIENCE, the sisters percentage their tale of prevailing over Jessie's affliction. The booklet is written in Jessie's voice with working statement and an epilogue written via Glenn.
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Resilience: Two Sisters and a Story of Mental Illness by Pete Earley, Jessie Close