My son and my daughter


This is what happened in my life recently.

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My son is 19 years old and lives me in Liverpool, England.  My daughter is four years old and lives with her father in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.

I visit my daughter every 4 weeks and we have a great time together.

I am bipolar and was taken into hospital when Jenny was 9 months old.  My Mum was ill at the time.  I had very little support or help with my mental illness even though I kept saying that I needed help.  Basically I was breastfeeding for nine months and I needed help to get my daughter onto a bottle.

There was no mother and baby unit in Liverpool or Merseyside at the time I was taken into the Psychiatric Hospital.  the only one that was offered me was in Leeds, Yorkshire.

I suffered domestic abuse from a family member in Liverpool and as I hadn’t got a home in…

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