By Michellekidwell
2 years ago

Book Review: Not My Story To Tell

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Not My Story To Tell
My journey through grief: Loving and losing a daughter with bi-polar disorder
by Cathy Lynn Brooks
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Biographies & Memoirs , Parenting & Families
Pub Date 18 Oct 2017

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Her daughter Justine reminded her Mother Cathy Of Annie Oakley. She was fierce protective and vulnerable. Justine also had her share of troubles.

Justine suffered from Bi-Polar disorder as well as post traumatic stress disorder from a young age. Due to the events of her past and her Mental illness Justine made a series of bad choices. Which sadly led to her death at the age of twenty nine, but despite everything her Mother never stopped loving her. It was not the disease that took her but the highway on her way home.

Justine was improving she went to college, graduated even started a career, she still had her problems but they were manageable, until one day the road took her away.

I give Not My Story to Tell five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!
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