As a former Labor and Delivery nurse, Kirsten Falsey thought she was prepared to be a mother. So when she found out she and her husband were expecting twins, she couldn't wait to experience pregnancy and the joys of parenthood for the first time. But things were thrown off-course when her mother, who she cherished, was suddenly diagnosed with cancer, and life took an unexpected turn. The first year of parenthood didn't go at all like she'd planned. But through the highs and the lows, Kirsten's battle with grief and postpartum depression is a story of hope and emergence from the greatest of difficulties.
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".....She really put it all out there, I have to commend her for her bravery in sharing the details of her life in an institution and her honesty in sharing what was going through her head when she felt like she might hurt her girls."
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