Manic: A Memoir


Author: Terri Cheney

“I didn’t tell anyone that I was going to Santa Fe to kill myself.”,,,On the outside, Terri Cheney was a highly successful, attractive Beverly Hills entertainment lawyer. But behind her seemingly flawless façade lay a dangerous secret—for the better part of her life Cheney had been battling debilitating bipolar disorder and concealing a pharmacy’s worth of prescriptions meant….Read More

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