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Don't Wait for Me: How a Mother Lost her Son…
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Don't Wait for Me: How a Mother Lost her Son to Bipolar Disorder and Drug…

by Ros Morris

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Don't wait for me is a mother's harrowing account of her son's descent into hte hell of drug abuse and ,ental illness. It vividly describes the nightmare her family went through and highlights the despair, guilt, helplessness and anger experienced by all those involved.
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