FRAGMENTS OF HOPE is the true story of a young mother in her early twenties whose unique journey through a severe depression stumps and baffles even the most respected doctors. A disorder, which should have been fairly easy to diagnose and treat, leaves this young mother in a shocking and grim state for twenty years. Throughout her life there were warning signs, but nothing could have prepared her, her family or her doctors for the traumatic episodes she was to encounter. Deborah Hurley speaks frankly about what it felt like to lose all ability to feel, and think clearly, and how she fought desperately to live for the sake of her children.
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|Size: ||789 KB|
|Publisher: ||Twofold Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781939288691 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|