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100 1  Lukach, Mark. 
245 10 My lovely wife in the psych ward|h[Overdrive electronic 
       resource] :|ba memoir /|cMark Lukach. 
250    Unabridged. 
260    New York :|bHarper Wave,|c2017. 
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511 0  Narrator: Josh Bloomberg. 
520    A heart-wrenching, yet hopeful, memoir of a young marriage
       that is redefined by mental illness and affirms the power 
       of love.Mark and Giulia's life together began as a 
       storybook romance. They fell in love at eighteen, married 
       at twenty-four, and were living their dream life in San 
       Francisco. When Giulia was twenty-seven, she suffered a 
       terrifying and unexpected psychotic break that landed her 
       in the psych ward for nearly a month. One day she was 
       vibrant and well-adjusted; the next she was delusional and
       suicidal, convinced that her loved ones were not safe. 
       Eventually, Giulia fully recovered, and the couple had a 
       son. But, soon after Jonas was born, Giulia had another 
       breakdown, and then a third a few years after that. Pushed
       to the edge of the abyss, everything the couple had once 
       taken for granted was upended. A story of the fragility of
       the mind, and the tenacity of the human spirit, My Lovely 
       Wife in the Psych Ward is, above all, a love story that 
       raises profound questions: How do we care for the people 
       we love? What and who do we live for? Breathtaking in its 
       candor, radiant with compassion, and written with dazzling
       lyricism, Lukach's is an intensely personal odyssey 
       through the harrowing years of his wife's mental illness, 
       anchored by an abiding devotion to family that will affirm
       readers' faith in the power of love. 
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650  0 Mentally ill|xCommitment and detention.|vSound recordings.
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