I was a guest on the live American radio show eCareDiary where I spoke about how bipolar disorder has affected my life, and shared tips to help caregivers navigate the journey and offer the right kind of help.
Listen to the 15-minute interview here:
I was a guest on Greg Kovacs’ podcast “True You!” We discussed my experiences as a health professional who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, the symptoms of both depression and mania, my family’s initial reactions to my diagnosis, and stigma and destigmatization.
Listen to the 43-minute podcast here:
March 4, 2019
Reflecting on the process of writing Mad Like Me, I came up with tips to write your own memoir. My guest blog post about this has just been featured on the Nonfiction Authors Association’s blog.
My first alma mater, the University of KwaZulu-Natal where I studied nursing and sociology, published an article about Mad Like Me on page 75 of their annual (December 2018) UKZNTouch magazine.
Nov 7, 2018
An article about Mad Like Me appeared in the November 2018 newsletter of my alma mater, the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, where I did my Master’s and PhD. The first part of the article is shown below. (“Witsie” is the nickname for alumni from the University of the Witwatersrand.)
July 7, 2018
I was interviewed by Ainslie MacLellan on the CBC Radio One show “All in a Weekend” about my book Mad Like Me. The interview aired on July 7 2018.
Listen to the 12-minute interview here:
This one-page article about the book was published in the Summer 2018 edition of AMI-Quebec’s newsletter, “Share & Care”.
If you’d like me to draft a similar piece for your organization’s newsletter, please contact me.