Step on a Crack

Elizabeth accompanied me up the ten, broad-bricked steps that led to the impressive entrance door, the Summerhill monogram etched into its glass. With each step, my trepidation grew. I clung tightly to my overnight bag and pillow.

Step on a Crack

Jill Byrne's inspirational memoir "Step on a Crack" shows how her indomitable spirit and sense of humor helped her survive childhood neglect, divorces, chronic and clinical depression, a psychotic episode, and a revolving door of therapists. Following her completion of the Hoffman Quadrinity Process, she removed the psychiatric gum from her shoe forever. In "Step on a Crack, " Jill tells of her recovery and offers hope to the millions in America who suffer from depression's anguish. About the Author Author Jill Byrne of Tulsa, Oklahoma, met her coauthor, Mike Ransom, through the Iowa Summer Writing Festival. Mike and his wife, Jeanine, live in Rochester, Minnesota.

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