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Faces of Suicide: Volume 1
A collection of sixty stories from the heart, compiled by members of the "Parents of Suicides - Friends and Families of Suicides" Internet Community.
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Karyl wrote:I've read a lot about postpartum depression and psychosis. I even did a school project on it last year. I don't know if my mother had it, but for some reason I assume she did. I mean, it seems logical but who knows. The year before I was born my mother's siblings died suddenly, and she was very close to them. My surviving uncles and aunt say that since they died, she was not the same person again. So may be it wasn't postpartum depression but that.
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