“It’s okay to not
Journey Untold - Twisted Love is a candid and powerful memoir about recovering from mental health disorders. If you like unflinching personal stories, expert insight, and hope for a better future, then you’ll adore Yassin S. Hall’s inspirational book.
Discover the courage in your heart today!
Wow! A powerful testimony of a young woman's survival, strength and triumph over the effects of the most misunderstood illness in the world. God truly is amazing, as evidenced by the author's willingness to admit that He was watching over her all along.USA
I can attest to the truth of the community attitudes towards mental illness and the tremendous lack of understanding of its impact on children. Shame and secrecy still dominates the landscape and the pain that the author experienced as a child was authentic. I applaud Yassin's courage to come out of the shadow's and share her story. The pain must be met by a grassroots surge of acceptance and compassion for the problem and this book is a beginning.USA
This might be a bit bias, since I know many of the main characters. I liked that the author laid bare her "soul," to tell her story. I would recommend this book to anyone who's struggling with mental health issues. As she's proven, there's light at the end of the tunnel.USA
★★★★★Lynette P. Petty-Amey
This book left me in awe!! I read it in one sitting. Could not put it down. Yassin, i have known you most of your childhood life and never saw this side. I would like to congratulate you for your courage and strength. I would surely be passing this book on to anyone that would read. May God continue to bless you and your entire family and may he continue to help you through your dealings. Love always.USA
Excellent book about mental illness. Born and raised in the Virgin Islands myself, I could relate to so many of the things that were said and the places mentioned. I commend the author for sharing her story. I think in many aspects it is still a taboo subject that people don't know what to do with or how to help. So instead, they do nothing and the cycle continues.USA
This was an interesting book. I love the intimacy of the language. Almost makes me feel as if I was a part of her life. I just couldn't put it down he book down. Mental illness is truly stereotypical in a he islands and the need for awareness and treatment is paramount. Everyone needs to get involved. Excellent job Yassin!USA