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؛«داشتم خواب می‌ديدم. نمی‌دونم چه خوابی بود، ولی وقتی بيدار شدم حس افتضاحی نسبت به بيداری داشتم. نمی‌خواستم بيدار شم. وقتی خواب بودم خيلی بيشتر بهم خوش می‌گذشت و اين واقعا ناراحت‌كننده‌س. تقريبا چيزی مثل يه كابوس وارونه بود، مثل وقتی كه داری می‌بينی و از خواب می‌پری و خيالت راحت می‌شه. منتها وقتی بيدار شدم كابوسم شروع شد.»...؛


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بعد از نوشتن ریویو متوجه شدم نویسنده در سن ۳۲ سالگی در سال ۲۰۱۳ خودکشی کرده ، درست همونطوری که در کتاب هست...در آخر نتونسته بوده به غول افسردگی غلبه کنه هرچند راجع بهش می نوشته و صحبت می کرده و سعی می کرده بقیه رو نجات بده...صفحه آخر این کتاب فوق‌العاده بود...وقتی که راهی برای زندگی کردن پیدا شد. ای کاش خودش هم مثل همون صفحه ی آخر راهی پیدا کرده بود

این کتاب رو کسایی درک می کنند که نوجوانی های سختی داشتند، کسایی که مدت ها تو افسردگی و فکر های بی سر و ته و
سیاه دست و پا زدن

کرگ بعد از مدت ها به شدت درس خوندن در یکی از بهترین دبیرستان های نیویورک قبول شده. حالا که به چیزی که خواسته رسیده حس می کنه به اندازه کافی باهوش نیست و از اول هم به درد اینجا نمی خورده
انقدر در این افسردگی دست و پا می زنه تا به پایین ترین نقطه ش می رسه

توضیح ذهن سیاه و درگیر و پیچیده ی یک انسان افسرده کار آسانی نیست که این نویسنده عالی از پسش بر اومده. چون خودش یکی از این ذهن ها رو داشته

گاهی باید تا پایین ترین حد ممکن بری تا متوجه شی چیزی که فکر میکردی برات عالیه در واقع داره زندگیت رو نابود می کنه
اونوقت کاش بتونی تغییرش بدی. کاش اینقدر شجاع باشی

۹۵.۱۲.۲۵

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دلیل اصلی که این کتابو خوندم فیلمش بود(اول کتابشو خونده باشی همیشه بهتره^-^)انتظار داشتم به زور بخونمش اما انقدر کتاب فانی بود که اصن نفهمیدم چیجوری خوندمش.از این جهت فانه که اصلن احساس سنگینی به ادم نمیده.ناراحت کننده نیست. در طول داستان انگار واقعا کرگ داره داستانو واستون تعریف میکنه.این خودش میتونه خودش یکی از ضعف های کتاب باشه اما به نظرم به همچین کتابایی نباید با دید انتقادی نگاه کرد.این کتابو باید خوند و فکر کرد که افسردگی،او سی دی و حتی تمایل به خودکشی میتونه خیلی راحت بوجود بیاد ولی به این راحتیا نمیشه باهاش جنگید.با این وجود ،هر چقدرم که سخت باشه همیشه یه راهی هست و باید فقط این راهو پیدا کرد
Ps از ریویو ملومه چقدر تاثیر گذار بود.ولی از من به شما نصیحت.سراغ فیلمش نرید.ابدا سراغش نرین

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Its Kind of A Great Book

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In respectful acknowledgment of Vizzinis suicide on 19 December 2013, I have cleared my rating of his book and removed my review.

There is no more tragic occurrence in a familys life than the suicide of one of its members. My most heartfelt sympathy to Vizzinis wife and young son.

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I came across this movie the other day on TV and watched it. I didnt think the movie was great or anything, but I thought the idea of the story was interesting. So I decided to give the book a try. I loved this book. It is about teens and it discusses suicide, sex, drugs and more, but it is a great book with an important message. Sometimes you have to get all the way to the bottom of the barrel before you can get back to the top.


Craig is like a lot of teens nowadays. Overly stressed out. He is very smart and has a seemingly bright future ahead of him until he decides that being a teenager is simply too much to handle and he contemplated just how easy it would be to commit suicide. Luckily, instead, he calls a suicide hotline, but then he shocks his family when he checks himself into a mental hospital. Only problem is that the teen ward is closed down so he is forced to live with the adult patients and meets an interesting group of people.


This was a very touching story and one that everyone who has ever had depression can probably relate to even if just a small amount. Its an inspiring story, because it shows that there are ways to get help. The self discovery that Craig goes through is amazing. He learns that no matter how bad you think your life is, there is always someone worse off. Of course we all know that, but we may forget it sometimes, especially when we are at our low points and throwing ourselves pity parties thinking things couldnt be worse.

The characters were all well written, and I really feel the fact that the author had been in a mental hospital before showed through the vivid descriptions of the place and types of people you may see there. Im not sure why, but I feel like the fact that he is a now successful person and openly admits that he had a stay in a mental hospital makes this book stand out to me in comparison to most other YA books that deal with mental illness. Its one thing to write about these things even having well researched the subject, but its entirely different writing about them after experiencing them firsthand.

Also, I thought the writing in general was good. I love when an author can write about such a sad subject, but make humor shine throughout. This book is about suicide, but its not depressing. I laughed a few times as well. The only parts I didnt enjoy were the romantic ones. It seemed totally contrived. The chances of two teens put into an adult ward and falling in love are just so bad.

The best part about this story was Craigs upbringing. This wasnt the typical suicide story where they kid had it rough, and in the end couldnt take it. He had a great family with supportive parents and a beautiful little sister. He was quite privileged, and Im glad that author was able to show that mental illness does not discriminate. Even the most together person in the world can suddenly become depressed and the stigma attached to mental illness is something that infuriates me.

Even though this book was made into a movie it doesnt seem too popular so maybe Im in the minority. Maybe it just isnt well marketed. I have no idea, but I would recommend this book for sure.

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Im so happy I finally read this book! Its been recommend to me for YEARS and I have no idea why Ive been putting it off for so long.

I loved the way this book captured depression and suicidal idealization. I really resonated with Craigs story. He really spoke to me and his journey of growth was very inspirational in my opinion. I also feel it had a more positive view of inpatient treatment/crisis intervention. A lot of YA books that approach this topic go the route of showing it as an unpleasant, unhelpful, @[email protected] place. (And while that is true for my personal experiences), I think it is extremely important we have a positive view of these situations as well so not to discourage individuals from entering a hospital that may very well save their life.

Overall, I truly loved this book. Definitely one of my new favorite mental illness novels! (Lets be real, I say that every time I read a new mental illness novel bUT I MEAN IT THIS TIME.) Its Kind of a Funny Story really stands out to me as a well-developed, beautifully constructed novel with an immense amount of depth and growth within its pages. I would highly highly recommend!

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Young Adult books seem to have a few formulas: divorce, unrequited love, death of a parent, self-transformation, and as of late... vampires. Oh... and angst. Usually always angst. Sometimes these can be written quite loverly. As with the few that have been jostled around GR lately,Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, The Book Thief ,I Am the Messenger ... These authors will come along and break, twist, switch it up...make.you.think. And manage to rise above the whole stigma of what it means to be reading YA.

I think I found another one. Ned Vizzini.... I knew nothing of you prior to finding you on the GMBA (Green Mountain Book Award) list. And, well... that introduced me to Zusak, Foer, Vowell... So, I jumped in all willy nilly.

You didnt disappoint. In fact, youre one of those child prodigies---publishing your first book at 19. He began writing articles for The New York Times Press while still in school and continues to do so, getting an essay published in The New York Times Magazine….yeah, I hate you.

It’s Kind of a Funny Story centers on Craig Gilner, 15. Basic overachiever, two parent household, precocious little sister, privileged. Not someone that I usually bond with. But, the writing is so dead on… so unpretentious and raw. I loved it. Usually I’d be all ‘cry me a river, buddy’ but to watch this 15 yr old lose it. (Yes, I don’t put it quite so eloquently…deal)—You really get sucked in.

You get to think. How much pressure is there on kids to succeed? Did it start with my generation? I don’t remember the be all end all of my parents having to complete college. I come from a very blue collar situation, my father didn’t even finish junior high… Yet, it was ingrained in me to get into college and that if I didn’t, I’d be a nobody. A loser. Forget about making anything of yourself. Now it seems that even THAT is not enough. It has to be the right college, with the right grades (93s are average, my friend), you have to have the RIGHT extracurriculars… etc, etc.

Who wouldn’t break down? Craig’s disconnect reminds me of Oskar in Extremely Loud…he has his own terms… his own language. ‘Tentacles’ are the ‘evil tasks that invade life and then jut out into new tasks that lead to new ones that take him away from his original goal -‘Cycling’ is when his brain won’t shut down, it repeats each tentacle… which leads to the ultimate failure. A ‘fake shift’ is when you think that these issues are being resolved, but it’s only a front… a temporary reprieve. ‘Anchors’ are the items that hold him down… keep him safe.
He finally decides that he’s going to take the big leap off the Brooklyn Bridge…that this is the ultimate anchor, but instead finds himself self admitting into a psychiatric ward in a local hospital.

Here is where Craig shines, finds his voice. And it’s not overtly formulaic. You see yourself in this fucked up kid…you see how he can relate to amphetamine heads and transvestites and how he can reach back and truly find his anchor…which happens to be making ‘brain maps’--- drawing the streets, highways, bridges, traffic circles, chaos, order, symmetry, beauty that’s in all of us, wrapped around firing neurons and SSRIs and warped brain cells.

It’s truly beautiful. It’s funny, typical teenage boy shit and a joy to read. Sounds strange, but---not. Because this is life and it can suck and it can hurt and it can overwhelm and make you feel minuscule and that’s okay. Because every now and then ‘okay’ can be your anchor and maybe there will be less days when it will suck. When we realize, like said in this book ‘life can’t be cured, but it can be managed.’ We hope.



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