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Changing My Mind Book Review

Reviewed by Linda Wall, BA

January 12, 2022



Changing My Mind is a very thorough memoir by Margaret Trudeau. From her life as a child through her marriage to and divorce from Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Elliot Trudeau, the loss of a child, marriage, and collapse of her second marriage and Margaret’s struggles with Bipolar Disorder.

Changing My Mind by Margaret Trudeau


Having been learning about Bipolar Disorder over the last few years I could see the symptoms as they appeared throughout this book.

Ms. Trudeau is very honest about her experiences as well as her denial of this disorder until the day she finally ‘heard’ what her doctor was saying. That began her acceptance of her diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder and her willingness to take responsibility for her part in managing her symptoms from various modalities such as pharmaceuticals, lifestyle, mental, emotional and spiritual tools.

I highly recommend this memoir for those wanting to learn and understand more about Bipolar Disorder.


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