The Light at the End of the Trail - Part Two
Picking up where Part One left off, the second part of Moore’s memoir begins in Benjamin Rush Psychiatric Center, where the writer found himself after a long battle with a misdiagnosed mood disorder. Fortunately—miraculously—the zany offbeat doctor lucky enough to take him on was able to penetrate the camouflage of his illness, nail the disorder, and prescribe the wonder drug, which proceeded to work wonders. From there, his life took off: Marriage, graduate school, then two children and a teaching job at Colgate University.
Sadly, the fun didn’t last. Moore suffered a relapse, one less severe than the first time around, but more resistant to treatment. Here, the odyssey of failed treatment attempts begins, lasting almost 20 years. During that span, his life as a professor, artist, father, and tree hugger continued alongside the stubborn malaise. Finally, in 2008 came the spiritual revelation that changed everything. The answer was always right in front of him. What the hell took him so long to see it? Join the author on a wild ride.
The Light at the End of the Trail, Part Two is available in both ebook and paperback at Amazon.com.