The cradle will fall
Donald I. Fine, Inc., Sep 15, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 214 pages
A firsthand account of the horrors of post-partum depression by a woman who killed her infant child and then tried to commit suicide poignantly chronicles her fall into madness and her subsequent recovery, and features observations and evaluations by her psychologist.
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In 1987, while suffering from severe postpartum depression, Remington fatally shot her infant son and then attempted to kill herself. The events leading up to and following this tragedy are examined ... Read full review