is the author of Lisa Bright Dark. In this case it involved Lisa Shilling and her struggle with society and her illness. They simply refused to accept the fact that their daughter was in need of anything. They handled it well under those circumstances. When Lisa even screamed out that she needed help, they simply wouldnt understand. Because of its sensitive portrayal of the uncertainty and stigma associated with mental illness, the book maintains a relevance that resonates to the present day. Lisa, Bright and Dark still enjoys a substantial readership, with its latest republication date in 2007. Some days are"light," and everything is normal; during her"dark" days, she hides deep within herself, and nothing can reach her.
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Her parents did not pay attention in the beginning when Lisa started to act a little different. The moral of this story is based on the illness of a girl and societys impact on her. Lisas motivation as a teenager is to live her live normally. Luckily, she has friends that care enough to help her. Her dangerous state of mind reflects the realism that this does happen. The main conflict of this book is the struggle to convince Lisas parents that she is ill and needs serious help.
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