courage. Now she has been brave enough to write about her very personal struggle
with severe depression and anxiety. RIVER OF TIME brings a message of hope to
the millions of Americans who suffer from emotional illness. I recommend it."
- Andrew Weil, M.D.
"In our family, my mother has a well-earned reputation for being thoughtful and caring. Even as a small girl, I'm told, she remembered every relative's birthday when most kids know (and are concerned with!) only their own. This book is another iteration of her longing for connection and belonging. Our greatest need is to be known in our experience, to be witnessed and accepted as we are in this moment. In RIVER OF TIME she shares her journey through a harrowing tempest of treatment-resistant depression. Perhaps the details differ, but you may recognize yourself, or someone you love, in her battle. Depression is an epidemic in our country, a profound financial and emotional public health burden. The toll on us, the loved ones, must be addressed, too. As I watched Mom and Pop wade through the sucking mire of depression, I was deeply thankful that there was also help for us family members.
May this book serve you in the way my brave mother hopes it may."—Ashley Judd, humanitarian, writer, and actor