Jenny Salaman Manson has had a varied career working in politics and civil service. She had the idea for this book when she was in her early twenties having moved to London. She still lives in London.
What it Feels Like to be Me will be of enormous interest, not only to those of us working in the field of healthcare, but also to anyone who has an interest in his fellow human beings, and what really makes them tick. (Olivia Harvard- Watts MA,, analytic psychotherapist, member of the Guild of Psychotherapists.) As a relationship and family therapist of many years standing I know this book will be of interest to both professionals and to those with an interest in how we experience and cope with life. As professionals we go in search of others' reality but in this book we are invited in. (Jackie Bartlett, Relate Counsellor)