Memoirs of a Rehabilitated Adventurer
Between 1-2 in 100 people in the U.K.
suffer from Bipolar Disorders. With a
population of 62 million, a staggering 1.24
million are sufferers. With the stress of
modern life constantly increasing this figure
will increase. This book could help millions.
Psychiatric disorders are new to modern
medicine; our understanding of them is still in its
infancy. However, John Ullens is an advocate of
seemingly simple, yet very successful aids in
coping with, and overcoming such disabilities.
His touching and humorous memoir, in itself,
prescribes some fundamental coping mechanisms:
The 'talking cure'- his literary voice acts as a
vocal piece for other sufferers, relating to his
strife as if they themselves have unloaded their
grief, but also finding that they are not as alone as
At 20 John suffered from brain damage in a traffic
accident. The head-injury he sustained resulted in
a bi-polar disorder. Nonetheless, John is a thriving
photographer, journalist, and writer.
This memoir will capture not only the hearts of sufferers, but also their friends and families. They will
widely benefit from the advice, enabling them to understand and help their loved ones. Likewise,
many of John's coping mechanisms are fundamental to informing a healthy stable life for anyone
living in the modern stressful 21st Century.
This easy yet touching read draws fundamental advice from a life of great experience. Providing its
readers with such essential and life changing advice as:
'Surround yourself with positive people and believe in yourself.'
'Unearth your past, understand it, and overcome it.'