Postpartum Depression

A short story about parenthood

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Craig didn’t usually drink with sows, but it seemed like a good time to take up the practice, with everything going to hell around him. Despite her occasional grunts, his petulant companion paid little attention to what he was telling her, as she was intent on sucking up to her beer as fast as she could. Priscilla peered over at them, her wide-spaced eyes were envious of…

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Mental Health Counselor and Writer www.keithwilsoncounseling.com

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