Not Okay? Okay.

Sheridan Taylor

This is a challenging book.

In Not Okay? Okay. combat veteran and suicide survivor Sheridan Taylor chronicles the anguish and rage he experienced in the darkest depths of despair, and he shares the process and triumph of fighting his way out. After a lifetime enduring pain and discovering love, Sheridan shares his unique perspective on the power of hope and how to heal the mental health crisis plaguing our world.

This is a book about how an insecure, overcompensating, professional tough guy stopped hating the world—and stopped hating himself in the process. This is a challenging book because it tells truths that may challenge what you believe. If you or someone you love struggles with mental health, it is the book for you.

Sheridan Taylor is a Canadian army combat veteran of seventeen years, former corrections officer, and suicide survivor. He writes about mental health, addiction, the stigma of mental illness, and how to reduce the harm these things do to us as individuals and as a society. He lives in beautiful southern Alberta in the foothills of the Rockies with his gorgeous wife, their two beautiful sons, two fabulous Border Collies, and one horrid Lhasa Apso. Sheridan is quite happy to be done writing this book so he can start reading books written by other people again. It’s way easier!

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