A Survived Suicide

*trigger warning: this piece discusses suicide

Mom after I survived. Manhattan Beach, CA. February 7, 2020. (photo by author)

I couldn’t walk without a walker.

I had little to no control over my own body.

I could speak and move, but that was about it.

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a double water sign with an anxiety disorder + author of To Be Her Girl. emilycradduck.com

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Emily Cradduck

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a double water sign with an anxiety disorder + author of To Be Her Girl. emilycradduck.com

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