More Book Title Ideas – Please Help

I have decided not to use My Loud Bipolar Whispers as the title of my book. To be honest, I am getting a little bored of it. I do get bored easily. Plus, I feel like I need something shorter and catchier. Such as, Bipolar Detour, Turned Inside Out or Expelled in the Afterbirth. I will take and greatly appreciate any and all suggestions and feedback. 

Thank you for stopping by and reading my words and thank you in advance for your help.

Much love and hugs, Sue

Here are three book title ideas. Please let me know what you think. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you…

Bipolar Detour: A Road to Recovery, Hope and Faith

 Overcoming Postpartum Depression, Bipolar 1 Disorder, PTSD, Prescription Drug Addiction, Suicide Attempts and Stigma

After she gave birth to her first child twenty-six years ago, she became undone. She left—seemingly vanished into thin air. Those who saw her noticed something was different about her. They just didn’t know what it was, yet.  A life halted, stopped in its tracks and never the same again. Travel along on this inspirational journey as she openly and honestly discloses what it is like to be overtaken by mental health issues and prescription drug addiction at the prime of her life. Her journey is long and painful as she takes many wrong turns before finally finding therapeutic paths that eventually lead her to the road of hope, faith, God, recovery and healing.


Turned Inside Out: A Journey of Recovery and Hope

 Overcoming Postpartum Depression, Bipolar 1 Disorder, PTSD, Prescription Drug Addiction, Suicide Attempts and Stigma

Mental illness is mental wellness turned inside out. Inside out means the opposite of what is expected to be true. Her life did not turn out the way she planned.

After she gave birth to her first child twenty-six years ago, she became undone. She left—seemingly vanished into thin air. Those who saw her noticed something was different about her. They just didn’t know what it was, yet.  A life halted, stopped in its tracks and never the same again. Travel along on this inspirational journey as she openly and honestly discloses what it is like to be overtaken by mental health issues and prescription drug addiction at the prime of her life. Her journey is long and painful as she takes many wrong turns before finally finding therapeutic paths that eventually lead her to the road of hope, faith, God, recovery and healing.


Expelled in the Afterbirth: A Journey of Recovery and Hope

 Overcoming Postpartum Depression, Bipolar 1 Disorder, PTSD, Prescription Drug Addiction, Suicide Attempts and Stigma

After she gave birth to her first child twenty-six years ago, she became undone. She left—seemingly vanished into thin air. Those who saw her noticed something was different about her. They just didn’t know what it was, yet.  A life halted, stopped in its tracks and never the same again. Travel along on this inspirational journey as she openly and honestly discloses what it is like to be overtaken by mental health issues and prescription drug addiction at the prime of her life. Her journey is long and painful as she takes many wrong turns before finally finding therapeutic paths that eventually lead her to the road of hope, faith, God, recovery and healing.

BTW… My book will finally be completed this fall.


Please help me publish my memoir.

Please help me make my dreams come true. Please contribute whatever you can and your name will be graciously displayed on the acknowledgement section of my memoir to permanently show and express my appreciation to you for helping me publish my book. If you are able to contribute more than $10.00, I will send you a signed copy of my book. Thank you in advance for your help. Much love and hugs, Sue

$5.00

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11 Comments

  1. I feel you are not actually mentally ill. It’s just a condition that is still under your scrutiny. So I feel that mentally ill title feels a little threatening. For somebody outside of this to read , is what I mean. I hope you don’t mind.

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    1. Thank you for your insight. These are labels I have been given over the years. I understand what you mean though and I will try to change some words to make my book more inviting to everyone. I want my story to be inspirational to all readers. It is a story of insight, hope, recovery, spirituality and healing. Thanks again for your feedback. I loved it and it was honestly very helpful and enlightening to me. Hugs, Sue

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      1. You are welcome , Sue. I am glad I could do something in my own way. It’s an honor for me because I respect what you went through and inspired by the way you have come out of it.

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      2. Thank you so much Yassy for your encouraging feedback. Your kind words make me very happy and mean the world and beyond to me. I am sorry it has taken me so long to comment back to you. I have been very busy and got very behind on my writing lately. Honestly, I have not forgotten your words of wisdom from your other comment. They left a favorable and important impression on me. Thank you again. Hugs, Sue

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      3. I am so happy to hear from you. Glad that it’s all working out well.
        I know you would do the same for me. Thank you and welcome , Sue.
        Take care. Have a nice week.

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