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New Book Redefines Recovery with Practical Coping Skills

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ATLANTA - s4story -- Ashley Smith, author of the blog, Overcoming Schizophrenia, self-published What's On My Mind? Coping Takes Work, Volume II during Mental Illness Awareness Week. The blog's key messages bring attention to schizophrenia and how recovery is possible. A popular review identified Ashley's blog among the "Top 20 Schizophrenia Blogs and Websites to Follow in 2019."

"Coping Takes Work is a collection of inspiring articles from my blog, Overcoming Schizophrenia. My story focuses on how I master resiliency through different coping strategies," said Ashley Smith.

Ashley Smith is a mental health advocate who has been in recovery for over 12 years. She endured a court-ordered hospitalization among a range of challenges. The advocate's story was highlighted in Janssen Pharmaceuticals documentary, Living with Schizophrenia: A Call for Hope and Recovery (2011).

Ashley Smith is an author, blogger, and former board member for NAMI Georgia, Inc. Her new book, Coping Takes Work is available on Amazon in the Kindle Edition and paperback formats. Here are what authors and mental health advocates said about Ashley Smith's book, Coping Takes Work:

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"A recovery story of grit and grace that will empower you to manage challenges effectively."

—Christina Bruni, Author of Left of the Dial: A Memoir of Schizophrenia, Recovery and Hope

"Ashley Smith's book, Coping Takes Work, is a rich guide to staying well, despite living with the stigmatized mental health challenge of schizoaffective disorder. It offers practical recovery tips and a story of hope that will enrich the lives of those living with mental health challenges, their supporters, including mental health professionals."

—Corey Jones, Author of Hope Is Real: I Have a Purpose

"Ashley has an amazing ability to provide insight into living with and managing a mental illness. She allows others to see her as a human being rather than a diagnosis, while also providing helpful tools, encouragement, and hope for those on their own recovery journey."

—Jean Toole, President/CEO of Community Friendship, Inc.

Finally, go to Amazon to purchase Ashley Smith's book, Coping Takes Work. Lastly, to learn more about Ashley Smith and her blog, Overcoming Schizophrenia, https://overcomingschizophrenia.blogspot.com.

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