I'm a mother in Norfolk and am suffering from Postpartum Psychosis. Are you suffering from this illness now or have in the past? Either way I would love to hear from you.
There's a lot of work that needs to be done to get justice for mothers who were failed by the system. All the signs of crying out for help were there, but were ignored. For example, displaying bizarre behavior such as hiding in closets, on stairs, having paranoid suspicions, not letting anyone near their baby, hearing voices. Many of these women are either in prisons, confined indefinitely to mental institutions, or have committed suicide. Don't allow it to happen to you or someone you love!
Even though the illness is rare, it will shock you just to know how many other moms out there have it. Would you like to talk? I'm just a mother like you who is still suffering. I don't have any jobs in the media so our conversations are just between us.