A Mother's Prayer: Volume I

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AuthorHouse, Dec 29, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 144 pages
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The Mentally Ill Needs Help

 

This book is about the life of my son Alexander Martin, whom became sick with a terrible illness at an early age. This illness controls his every being. Which lead to him killing his brother.

 

If Alexander’s doctor had listen to him and tried to help him when he asked for help, my son Enrico would be alive today. His doctor knew that Enrico was harassing Alexander and his doctor should have found another place for Alexander to stay.

 

This is why I blame the mental health system for Enrico’s death. I can only pray that one day they will find ways to control the violence in the paranoid schizophrenia, and help them to live a normal life. The mental health system needs to stop putting them out on the streets where they become homeless. So many mentally ill people are locked up in jails or prisons instead of getting the help they need. They are even talking about give the mentally ill life and death sentences.

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About the author (2010)

M. Louise Davis is an extraordinary person who overcame many obstacles in life. She refused to give up even when things became unbearable, but turned to God for strength to endure the hardships she would face.

 

Louise was born in Chattanooga, Tenn. and was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She attended Pore Beauty School and worked at Longview State Hospital as a psychiatric aid. She moved to Richmon, VA in 1967, and attended Apex Beauty School. After receiving her GED Certificate, she attended Virginia State College (now Virginia State University) where she earned a BS Degree in Vocational Education. While living in Virginia, she worked as a Civil Service employee for 17 years—thus, retiring in 1997.

 

Louise has experience as a background artist in several movies and has written several poems. She is now in the process of writing two stories—titled: Sinner or Saint, and How I Got Over.

 

Louise has five adult children, three boys and two girls. One of her sons was killed, to which this story is dedicated.

 

She is a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Veteran of Foreign Wars, Ladies Auxiliary of the Disabled American Veteran, the American Red Cross, the Non-Commissioned Officer Spouses & Civilian’s Club and her beloved Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Additionally, she teaches Sunday School at Ft. Lee’s Memorial Chapel, and is involved with several other ministries.

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