The moon is broken: a mother's true story
Ann Craig was an honors student at an Ivy League university until, seemingly overnight, she suffered a mental breakdown, was hospitalized, and was put on suicide watch. She refused further therapy and fell into the drug culture of New York. This poignant account resonates with the ironic pain of a gifted therapist unable to heal her own beloved daughter.
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THE MOON IS BROKEN: A Mother's True StoryUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A harrowing memoir of how Craig (If We Could Hear the Grass Grow, 1983, etc.), a practicing child psychotherapist, finds herself powerless to help her own daughter, who succumbs to depression ... Read full review