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Heartbreak In The Time Of Coronavirus Has Just Released

Author Liliana Katherine Morrison just released her first memoir, Heartbreak In The Time of Coronavirus.

In this 2020 summer release, Liliana Katherine Morrison writes a deeply psychoanalytical memoir about navigating COVID-19 after being hospitalized in a psychiatric ward. Diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, she lays bare her childhood wounds, her broken relationships, and how she drove away the love of her life.

The book chronicles her descent into madness, the stories of other patients, and her reintegration into a world driven mad by the global pandemic. Thrown into society’s “new normal”, Liliana is forced to rebuild herself, attending weekly out-patient therapy, learning Cognitive Behavioral Techniques (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and slowly unraveling hidden truths about her past relationship that threaten to destroy her all over again.

Heartbreak In The Time of Coronavirus is now available on Amazon. By purchasing a hardcopy of this book, a portion of all proceeds will be donated to the National Alliance of Mental Illness. Readers can continue to follow the next chapter of Liliana’s journey by viewing her latest articles featured on Medium.


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