Drugs, felony charges, even jail couldn’t stop him Electroconvulsive therapy did. A manic memoir by Andy Behrman. Andy Behrman wrote Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania while convalescing from four months of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) that effectively. This is a two-part series where I explore the inner-world of Electroboy, Andy Behrman. Mr. Behrman speaks openly about bipolar disorder.
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He is incredibly narcissistic. I envy his playboy type lifestyle. Behrman was convicted of fraud and aandy to five months jail and five months house arrest. This article has multiple issues.
In the end, Behrman’s aandy didn’t justify itself–at least as far as my expectations. I was amazed that Behrman was as functional as he was. Behrman speaks openly about bipolar disorder, substance abuse, hypersexuality, the Electroboy movie, stigma and of course, his dream of being the first ‘omni-sexual male’ on Mars.
Could it be as relaxing as a massage? Aug 11, Kateb rated it really liked it. I believe what he wrote.
Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania
If I could just gehrman my tongue out the window and suck one of those amorphous numbus or cumulus or whatever-Mrs-Robinson-called-them-in-fourth-grade clouds deeply into my lungs, maybe I could get rid of this feeling.
It’s like a modern American Gigolo with a strange denoument: He’ll get his cash either way. I found this quote from the book on Goodreads where Behrman describes what Bipolar disorder is – it’s definitely not my story: All of this will end up in supermarkets today.
Where he differs is in the lack of introspection and some judicious use of the “fade to black”. I give him a slight nod.
I dlectro prefer to keep moving, and the stopover makes me anxious. It sounds so pleasant – could it be? That must mean I need to get something in my stomach.
I assume the author’s behavior was so out of control due to this illness, but I had a hard time relating to his choices. I hold my mother’s hand. May 14, Cynthisa rated it liked it Shelves: And it was only after Eleftro came out that I heard from other people who said their story was just like mine.
Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania by Andy Behrman
He seems too slick and charming to be doing what he does. Everything moves in slow motion. But I also don’t think that’s the point. Will I ever sleep again?
Still I’m glad I read it. I spend hours in the tub. Indiana guy shakes my hand and tells me that the clothes will be delivered by the end of the week. From my balcony, I see a man walking his cocker spaniel.
It’s an emotional state brhrman to Oz, full of excitement, colour, noise and speed – an overload of sensory stimulation – whereas the sane state of Kansas is plain and simple, black and white, boring and flat. I hope he comes out with another book in a few years that’s a memoir of Andy Behrman, not just mania.
Other days, anyd simple high from a shoplifting excursion for a toothbrush or a bottle of Tylenol is enough.
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His morality is dubious and extremely fluid. Is there anything that you have done while manic that you wish you could take back? For most of his adult life, he had periods of tremendous highs and terrible lows. That’s a genetic thing.
There’s a flight to Tokyo stopping in Los Elevtro, so I buy a ticket with cash: Mar 07, Oriana rated it it was ok Shelves: But If I had written about winning a battle with cancer, I never would have been criticized for writing the gory details of battling with cancer. My girlfriend Allison and I escape the city most weekends, flying to Martha’s Vineyard and staying at bed and breakfasts.