Samanta Schutz tells her story of getting anxiety disorder. Before she's unwell, she's a teen in highschool, yearning to be free from her parent's control, and away from her on-and-off boyfriend, Jason. But when Samantha went to college, high-pressured life caused her to panic each time she went into a crowded or dark room. Get through daily life with Samantha as she endures panic attacks, pressure and boyfriend trouble.
I Don't Want To Be Crazy is a fresh reading material as it is in poetry form. Schutz's words are genuine and true to her heart, and although she's writing about her panic disorder, you can relate to her dark moods, difficulties in pulling herself out of the room and boyfriend stuff. The little fault in this book is that at places it's a little bit of a drag, but otherwise, it's a good read.
I like the simple, easy cover, suiting the title of the book perfectly.
Ratings : 4 stars
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