By Kelley Clink
After Matt’s loss of life, a chasm opened among the brother Kelley had recognized and the brother she’d buried. She stored telling herself she couldn’t comprehend why he’d performed it—but the reality used to be, she might. numerous years earlier than he’d been clinically determined with bipolar affliction, she’d been clinically determined with melancholy. a number of years sooner than he first tried suicide by means of overdose, she had tried suicide via overdose. She’d blazed the path he’d undefined. If he couldn’t make it, what desire was once there for her?
A assorted form of related strains Kelley’s trip via grief, her research into the function her personal melancholy performed in her brother’s dying, and, finally, her direction towards attractiveness, forgiveness, resilience, and love.
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A Different Kind of Same: A Memoir by Kelley Clink