Call Me Crazy. By Quinn Loftis. Rated /5 based on 4 reviews. After a devastating turn of events Tally Baker, 17, is admitted to Mercy. After a devastating turn of events Tally Baker, 17, is admitted to Mercy Psychiatric Facility where she is diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. She has come to a place. Read Call Me Crazy by Quinn Loftis by Quinn Loftis by Quinn Loftis for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android.
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Trey can see that Candy belongs in the psych ward, but is really more interested in getting to know Telly. I was far, far from disapointed. Convince me of Tally’s awful situation quiinn I have no choice but to understand.
As a college student about to have my degree in psychology, I feel there are too many misleading perceptions about mental health. This book is much diffrent from her others, being it is set in real life, but gosh it was so good! Loftls 15, Daphne rated it it was amazing Shelves: Candy was hilarious and always had a way to make Tally smile – even when they were both having bad days.
Call Me Crazy by Quinn Loftis
This book is beautiful in describing what it’s like in Tally’s shoes and a heart swelling love story. But I dont need to. I really liked Candy and i thought she was an excellent supporting character and she did a lot to help Tally.
Both the characters, despite being different genders, speak exactly the same. The romance was very cute but unfortunately it progressed very fast, with love being declared within a week.
It plays on your emotions and draws you in so severely that you will not be able to stop reading once you begin. She has come to a place loftls she honestly believes that her life is over. I don’t think it gets much worse than Candy Bush. Despite her advanced age, she was Tally’s best friend at Mercy.
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My friend was diagnosed with mild BPD. And when Telly is about ready to be released in order to start her senior year, she decides to break things off with Trey before he learns that she’s really a big mess. This eBook cll licensed for your personal enjoyment only. I wanted her to come out on top and fight it and most of all I wanted her to find her happiness, to realize that she can fight the disease and learn to live. It will open your eyes and mind to the life of an individual living with a mental health disease.
She is diagnosed with bi-polar and has to spend 3 months in a mental institution in order to learn how to manage it. When Tally is with Trey she feels alive, and safe and not so broken, but she refuses to tell him the truth. I think we should highlight bipolar disorder more and make sure sufferers receive the help and understanding they need. May 23, Kathryn rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love how much I can really to caol book. I’m really glad they didn’t go with the cover that is on Goodreads, because I like the one quinnn above much better.
Moon-Burn Lone March 3.
Goodness, when she sent me a message saying how it’s just easy to jump off from there and everything will go away. Alright, back to the review. Right away, this book began ticking off things on my DNF checklist. I finished this book in less than 4 hours! He was an old soul b he was so mature for his age.
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I just wanted to wrap Tally up in a big blanket and cuddle with her, while at the same time kicking her parent’s butt to get in gear and start living the role they signed up for when they had a child!
They really do belong together. It’s just that, there are no words to properly review this. Candy was freaking hilarious and I loved her spirit. Take Candy, for example. I was supposed to post this review some time ago, but I just couldn’t put onto ,e how great, wonderful, and at the eye opening this book is. There where also lots of happy moments and small victories.
Even if it will not suffice to what people who have BDP really feels. Excuse me everyone but this is to Quinn. Like, I wasn’t shattered by Tally’s roiling depth of emotion where was it?
She helped Tally make it through her time in loftiss institute and she brought light into a dim situation. I cried and I am still tearing up writing about it.
The only thing wrong, is Telly doesn’t want Trey to know she’s broken. Although I did think he had too much of a temper and there is one instance when he uses violence to solve something, which was a scene I didn’t like. As readers we also get to experience another point of view.
Quinn Loftis has created a masterpiece and that has to mean a lot since I already consider her to be a magnificent author.