Georgina Wakefield wrote this book immediately after completing her first book ‘Schizophrenia A Mother’s Story’ which charts her youngest sons19 year battle with Paranoid Schizophrenia. The book consists of 61 [her age] “Glimpses Of Life”. Like life sometimes tragic, sometimes funny Georgina feels that the short stories fit in with the pace of life today. We often complain that we don’t have time to read but this book could be read on a train journey hence The Commuters Companion.
About the Author
Georgina Wakefield has suffered from anxiety and severe depression from the age of 18 when she got passed 40 her condition improved. Two years later her youngest son developed Paranoid Schizophrenia at the age of 16.
Using materials she has been training Mental Health Professionals “From A Carer’s Perspective” for the past 9 years. Clients include The Institute of Psychiatry various NHS Trusts and various Universities. Georgina describes writing Glimpses of Life as a welcome change.
With support from her husband Paul she runs a small Management Consultancy.