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There was nothing they could do for her, except give her meds to quiet the noise in her head. She wasn’t like the rest of them in the institution, she was someone’s wife. She loved her husband, everyday they would take walks on the beach together counting how many times the sea would touch the shore. He made her laugh and she made him feel warm. She couldn’t wait to tell her husband that she was carrying their first child. Their lives couldn’t be better. Months later, a dark cloud came over their house. He grabbed her warm hand and kept repeating to her, “It’s not your fault! These things happen,” Those words didn’t comfort her but only brought more voices to her head, saying, “You couldn’t even give him a child, who do you think you are?” These were the voices that told her to hurt herself which encouraged her husband to admit her. She now sits in the corner of her room murmuring to herself.


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Prison of the Mind

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