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Lost Boy - "bipolar dreaming"
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I am writing this book about my son Cameron who
committed suicide nearly five years ago. He had
suffered from bipolar disorder for many years. It is
his journey from despair to paradise. I started writing
it in the form of letters to him, but somewhere along
the way I found that I had things that I wanted to say
to people which could not be written down and
addressed to Cameron exclusively. I want the
contents of this book to go out there not only for
Cameron, his family and his friends, but also for all
those people in the same position as I was those
many years ago, when not much was known about
bipolar disorder. I would like you, my readers, to
share this journey with Cameron and me - Cameron
through the letters I have written to him and me with
the many other things I have felt myself compelled to
say. It is not just a book about bipolar. I hope it will
be a book also for those people out there who have
ever had depression, or have ever had to deal with a
mental illness. There is a touch of sadness in some
of the pages, especially regarding his diaries. I have
only put down some excerpts from them – to put
everything down would have been too emotional for
me and too depressing for my readers.