I’m reading from many different sources that severe depression / trauma brings on psychosis. Psychosis, as we all know, is way beyond just depression and something a thousand times darker and more severe and frightening.
Taking genetics and drug use aside, what about the children who have, for the most part, were brought up in a wonderful nurturing home, with both parents who were supportive and sacrificed everything for their children?
I’m reading stories of these types of cases, it has got to be beyond devastating, a double blow for these parents. I can’t imagine.
My situation, I know partially how this could have happened, what most likely may have partly attributed to my son ending up with this illness.
But what about the children who were brought up in Brady Bunch homes… I don’t understand. Kids who were excelling in college, kids who were excelling in their jobs, kids who were loving life…I just don’t get it.