Out of the Blue by Jan Wong
A Memoir of Workplace Depression, Recovery, Redemption and, Yes, Happiness

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For twenty years, Jan Wong had been one of her newspaper’s best-known reporters. Then one day she turned in a story that set off a firestorm of controversy, including death threats, a unanimous denunciation by Parliament and a rebuke by her own newspaper. For the first time in her professional life, Wong fell into a severe clinical depression. Yet she resisted the diagnosis, refusing to believe she had a mental illness. As it turned out, so did her company and insurer. With wit, grace and insight, Wong tells the harrowing tale of her struggle with workplace-caused depression, and of her eventual emergence … Out of the Blue.

About Jan Wong

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Jan Wong is a journalist and professor. Her other non-fiction books are "Red China Blues," "Jan Wong's China," "Lunch With Jan Wong," and "Beijing Confidential." Jan divides her time between Toronto and Fredericton.
Published May 5, 2012 by Jan Wong Publishing. 264 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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