This book was a revelation. As someone who suffers with mental illness, it's nice to be blasted with positivity for a change. Jen's story is real and relatable. She is unafraid to show her experience, and most important for me, unashamed of all parts of herself. The stigma of mental illness can make people feel like they need to be ashamed of their diagnosis or that they need to explain it away with a series of tragic circumstances. Jen shows us that you can be a normal person who just happens to have mental health struggles, and that those struggles don’t have to hinder you if you can learn to rise above them. She shows how you don’t just get over your struggles, but you learn to manage life and can even become the best version of yourself. I recommend this book to anyone who struggles with mental health and/or people who love people with mental health struggles.