Jessie is never trite, and depicts parts of the illness that are not part of the conventional diagnoses. In particular she illustrates how diagnoses such as bipolar and schizophrenia and borderline can overlap in the lived experience of psychological disability. Her depiction is vivid and engaging.
What I didn't like
The presentation particularly toward the end could be tighter. Mania admittedly is not tight and goes much as she depicts, but this could be made clear without drawing it out as much as she did.
My overall impression
Excellent depiction of severe psychological disabilities. Jessie is very honest and clear about the difficulties she has faced, and has developed an impressive show depicting them in a graphic way. I have worked as a psychologist with individuals in similar situations and found this depiction very honest and true.