Mental Health Advocate Offers Hope to Millions with Book Detailing Trials and Triumphs on His Journey to Leading a Meaningful Life
The author, speaker, and mental health advocate shares the highs and lows of his long journey out of the darkness and offers hope and practical guidance for navigating a life affected by mental illness.
By: Craig Marchant
Diagnosed with depression when he was 12 and schizophrenia when he was 17, Craig realized he needed to conquer his demons after overdosing on his meds, only to wake up to hear the suffering of others in hospital beds nearby who didn't have another chance at life. While he made the decision right then and there to commit to leading a purposeful life, the path was unwieldy and often perilous.
Conquer Your Inner Demons – The Ultimate Guide to Better Mental Health is a two-part book. The first part tells Craig's relatable struggle with mental health illnesses while the latter part is a self-help guide that offers practical guidance that proved effective for the author over the years.
"My passion is to help other people who have mental health problems." Said Craig. "I want them to know that it truly is possible to live a full and exciting life while managing the lows that are unfortunately part and parcel of living with a mental health illness."
Readers interested in mental health and self-help content are encouraged to mark their calendars as the eBook will be on special for just 0.99c. for the first 24 hours after it debuts on Amazon. To learn more about Craig Marchant work to support sufferers of mental illness, visit his website at www.craigmarchant.com.
About Craig Marchant
Author, advocate and public speaker, Craig Marchant is passionate about spreading hope to the global mental health community. His books, counselling services, and mental health challenges focus on practical strategies and treatment to help sufferers lead purposeful lives. He shares his personal story on stage and in his books to encourage others to continue to fight the good fight and win against the black dog of depression.