Description - Depression and How to Survive it by Spike Milligan
In 1982, leading psychiatrist and TV presenter Anthony Clare interviewed Spike Milligan for the radio series In The Psychiatrist's Chair, a show in which Clare led revealing interviews with a range of celebrities. He was so overwhelmed by Milligan's account of his forty years of depressive experiences that he knew he had found the person to help him illuminate and explore the mysterious and sometimes terrifying illness that is clinical depression. Depression and How to Survive It is the result of this collaboration, through which Anthony Clare charts the development of Spike Milligan's illness and the strategies he uses in dealing with the often misunderstood disorder of clinical depression. Drawing inspiration and advice from Spike's experience, Depression and How to Survive It is a book which takes you to the depths of human unhappiness in order to show you the way towards leading a happy life. A unique book about human psychology from one of Britain's most successful psychiatrists, providing a revelatory insight into the mind of Spike Milligan, everyone's favourite goon.
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(197mm x 130mm x 14mm)
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Author Biography - Spike Milligan
Spike Milligan was an English comedian, poet, writer and musician, perhaps best known as one of the goons in the classic BBC radio programme The Goon Show. He went on to become one of Britain's leading comic writers and performers. His bestselling titles include Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall, Puckoon and Where Have All the Bullets Gone? He died in 2002. Anthony Clare was an Irish psychiatrist and TV presenter, best known for his popular radio and TV show In the Psychiatrist's Chair, in which he interviewed a range of celebrities and leading national figures, including Bob Monkhouse and Paddy Ashdown. He was Professor and Head of Department of Psychological Medicine of St Bartholomew's Hospital, as well as Professor of Psychiatry at Dublin University.