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"A boldly beautiful page-turner about loving and losing someone with mental illness. I’ll be recommending this absorbing memoir for years to come." Cheryl Strayed, best-selling author of Wild
Even as a reporter, Sheila Hamilton missed the signs as her husband David’s mental illness unfolded before her. By the time she had pieced together the puzzle, it was too late. Her once brilliant and passionate partner was dead within six weeks of a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, leaving his young daughter and wife without so much as a note to explain his actions, a plan to help them recover from their profound grief, or a solution for the hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt that they would inherit from him.
All the Things We Never Knew takes readers on a breathtaking journey from David and Sheila’s romance through the last three months of their life together and into the year after his death. It details their unsettling spiral from ordinary life into the world of mental illness, examines the fragile line between reality and madness, and reveals the true power of love and forgiveness.
Sheila Hamilton is a five-time Emmy award winning writer, producer and host. She is currently Portland, Oregon's #1 Radio personality at Kink.fm, a heritage station where she serves as the Morning Host, News Director and Public Affairs director.
Sheila began her career in documentary film at Utah Public Broadcasting and spent nearly two decades reporting, anchoring and producing commercial television news for KATU in Salt Lake City and KATU in Portland, Oregon, both ABC affiliates.
Sheila writes for About Face Magazine and Portland Monthly Magazine. She is deeply involved in issues surrounding mental health, serving on the board of The Flawless Foundation, a non-profit that supports children with behavioral issues and advocates for mental health parity. Sheila also acts as an advisor for Open Doors, Open Minds, an advocacy group for people living well with mental illness, and she is a board member of Girls Inc., an organization inspiring girls to be strong, smart and bold. Sheila is a frequent speaker, host and emcee for mental health conferences and meetings.