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 was born in Chelmsford Essex, 1947, she has suffered from anxiety based manic depression for the best part of her adult life, she is also a carer to her youngest son Christian aged 36, Christian developed Schizophrenia at the age of 16.
Her passion lies in writing and using her books and 8 films that the family have taken part in to deliver "The Carer's Perspective".
She works for several NHS Trusts and Universities, and was recently given Honorary Lecturer status at the Institute Of Psychiatry .