Back In Six Weeks
Sharon Gerdes, author
It’s 1980, and Kate wants it all—her career as a food scientist, her sexy pilot husband, and a family. After the birth of her second child she expects to go back to work in six weeks, but a postpartum psychosis derails her plans. The harder Kate struggles to pull together the shattered pieces of her life, the more she fears she will ultimately lose everything. Postpartum Psychosis can strike healthy, happy women with no history of mental illness. Inspired by true events, this novel gives a compelling insight into a young mother’s quest to regain her sanity at a time when little was known, and less was spoken, about perinatal mood disorders.