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"A powerful, important and profoundly sad book"
- Montreal Gazette ()
MARGARET TRUDEAU was born in Vancouver, Canada. Theformer wife of Pierre Elliott Trudeau, she is also the author of twoprevious memoirs, Beyond Reason (1979) and Consequences(1982). Margaret now works with WaterCan, a registered charitydedicated to providing clean drinking water to the world’s poorestpeople, and speaks across the country on mental healthissues. She lives in Montreal.
Very engaging. A woman of heart and of great courage. Really made me understand an illness and a person I had failed to grasp. Read morePublished 28 days ago by misbb
A must read for anyone intetested in
a personal story of mental illness.
I loved the book. It was an eye opener for me. I never did understand bi-polar an what a drastic effect it can have on a person's life.Published 10 months ago by Conrad Toner
a well written story. She has my sympathy, but is a strong woman. An interesting readPublished 10 months ago by Lesley K Mallett
I could not put the book down until I finished it. I bought it for a birthday gift for someone too. I have always loved Margaret Trudeau. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Beverly
I had no idea what this lady went through!!!!
Love it!!!! I found it very hard to put it down, I still have a hard time finding another book like it.
received very quickly in good condition, cost was good and
I started reading it.
Thanks would recommend anyone to read this book
This is a very thoughtful and touching memoir of her life. Her love for her kids and for both Pierre and Fried is genuine, and her journey to discovery of bipolar disease is... Read morePublished on April 10 2012 by Wendy
she talks about her life her divorce with former prime minister trudeau and more . interesting since margaret has not written anything for a long time before thisPublished on Feb. 24 2012 by Gilbert Michaud