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---Friend Dakota Bergem said Rachael had a close relationship with her mother. “She was pretty close to her mom. It was after her dad passed away. Her brother and her mom were pretty close,” she said. Danielle Bourque said supporting her mother took a toll on Rachael. “The tragedy in this, I find, is the lack of support from the health system because Rachael had been struggling for a really long time with supporting her mother,” she said. “She was in it by herself and she should have never been put in that position.”------------- Julie Ali · University of Alberta The problems of accessing mental health suports and services in Alberta are highlighted by this case. This family was going through a crisis which was the loss of Rachel's father. The mother was having mental health problems. Did she receive appropriate care? Sometimes patients need to spend months in a mental health ward to stabilize their medications. Did the family get the help they needed with this unstable situation or was help delayed? Advocating for a mentally ill family member is exhausting. You take the patient here and there like a refugee begging for help. Sometimes you just dump the family member at the local emergency such as at the Grey Nuns Hospital where emergency staff tell you that they can't keep an eye on the patient. But there are no beds. So what can you do? Other times there will be a bed and then the patient gets on a revolving cycle of medications that may or may not work. It takes time to get the patient stable and sometimes they are never stable for long. Any crisis can cause them to go off. This means more problems for the patient and the family. In this case you have young adults who had to be advocates for their mother. The poor kids. I imagine their lives were topsy turvy. In Alberta if you don't go public it's very hard to get the long term help your family member needs. It seems that only publicity and the exposure of the poor performance of the GOA in terms of mental health services will result in help. Otherwise we have cases of folks who are denied help and go commit suicide. Heck we have of cases of suicide in the hospital emergencies. It is a complete disaster and yet we have folks who have no understanding of mental illness blaming the victims. The mother is a victim. The daughter was a victim. if you can't get help this is what happens folks. Like · Reply · Just now

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Julie Ali · University of Alberta
The problems of accessing mental health suports and services in Alberta are highlighted by this case. This family was going through a crisis which was the loss of Rachel's father. The mother was having mental health problems. Did she receive appropriate care? Sometimes patients need to spend months in a mental health ward to stabilize their medications. Did the family get the help they needed with this unstable situation or was help delayed?
Advocating for a mentally ill family member is exhausting. You take the patient here and there like a refugee begging for help. Sometimes you just dump the family member at the local emergency such as at the Grey Nuns Hospital where emergency staff tell you that they can't keep an eye on the patient. But there are no beds. So what can you do?
Other times there will be a bed and then the patient gets on a revolving cycle of medications that may or may not work. It takes time to get the patient stable and sometimes they are never stable for long. Any crisis can cause them to go off.
This means more problems for the patient and the family.
In this case you have young adults who had to be advocates for their mother. The poor kids. I imagine their lives were topsy turvy. In Alberta if you don't go public it's very hard to get the long term help your family member needs. It seems that only publicity and the exposure of the poor performance of the GOA in terms of mental health services will result in help.
Otherwise we have cases of folks who are denied help and go commit suicide. Heck we have of cases of suicide in the hospital emergencies. It is a complete disaster and yet we have folks who have no understanding of mental illness blaming the victims. The mother is a victim. The daughter was a victim. if you can't get help this is what happens folks.
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Neighbours and friends said Rachael Longridge's father passed away last year and that her mother had been struggling with mental health issues.
GLOBALNEWS.CA|BY JULIA WONG

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Targeted money of the sort being provided by the federal government is required so that the GOA does it's job which is to provide the complex care for the mentally ill that they require. Instead of this we have had decades of incompetent mental health services. lack of integrated care plans and harmed/dead psychiatric cases in AB. it's ridiculous. Families need to go public and expose the failures that are all due to the indifference of the GOA to the mentally ill. The most vulnerable citizens cannot speak for themselves folks. So let us speak for them.

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http://globalnews.ca/news/3147967/edmonton-mother-accused-of-killing-daughter-reportedly-struggled-with-mental-health-issues/

December 26, 2016 12:08 pm
Updated: December 28, 2016 11:48 am

Edmonton mother accused of killing daughter reportedly struggled with mental health issues

Julia Wong is a videojournalist with Global News.By Julia WongDigital Broadcast Journalist Global News
WATCH ABOVE: Loved ones say that the Edmonton woman charged in the death of her daughter was struggling with mental health issues. Julia Wong has more.
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A small memorial sits outside a house in west Edmonton where a young nursing student was killed, allegedly by her mother who is now facing second-degree murder charges.
Candles, flowers, a stuffed animal and a card sit on the steps of the house at 122 Avenue and 132 Street in memory of Rachael Longridge.
The 21-year-old nursing student at the University of Alberta had graduated earlier this month and was slated to start work at the Mazankowski in January.
One of the cards reads: “It’s faith that lifts us up, love that brings us comfort and strength that allows us to move on.”
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Candles, flowers, a stuffed animal and a card make up the memorial for Rachael Longridge.
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Candles, flowers, a stuffed animal and a card make up the memorial for Rachael Longridge.
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Police said they were initially called to the house for an assault around 4:30 on Dec. 23; Rachael was found with severe injuries and died at the scene.
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Rachael (middle) sits with her friends Danielle Bourque (right) and Dakota Bergem (left). The pair was like the Three Musketeers.
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Rachael (left) had recently graduated from nursing school.
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Her mother, Christine Longridge, was taken into custody and is now facing charges of second-degree murder and possession of an offensive weapon.
Neighbours and friends said Rachael’s father passed away last year and that her mother had been struggling with mental health issues.
A GoFundMe page set up for Rachael’s brother states that Christine Longridge had been trying to manage bipolar disorder.
“On Dec. 23, 2016 a tragedy struck a family that has experienced so many life challenges, from the long suffering and death of Rachael and Michael’s dad due to cancer in December of 2015, to the ongoing mental health condition that their mom was diagnosed with and tried to manage for the last 18 years,” reads the excerpt on GoFundMe.
“Rachael just graduated as a nurse with marks at the top of her class. She spent her last hours on this earth caring for her mother who has suffered from a diagnosed mental health condition namely bipolar.  The last moments of her life were filled with compassion and care. Her mother’s illness was something that she understood and accepted.”
“Her relationship with her mother was very complex. She loved her mother. Her mother loved her,” Rachael’s friend Danielle Bourque said.
“I met her on multiple occasions and stayed over for dinner. Her mother really struggled with the passing of her father, with mental illness.”
Friend Dakota Bergem said Rachael had a close relationship with her mother.
“She was pretty close to her mom. It was after her dad passed away. Her brother and her mom were pretty close,” she said.
Danielle Bourque said supporting her mother took a toll on Rachael.
“The tragedy in this, I find, is the lack of support from the health system because Rachael had been struggling for a really long time with supporting her mother,” she said.
“She was in it by herself and she should have never been put in that position.”
A vigil is being planned for Wednesday at the University of Alberta. It will take place in front of the Edmonton Clinic Health Academy at 6:30 p.m.
Police would not comment on whether mental health issues are a factor in their investigation.
No cause of death has been released. An autopsy has been scheduled for Thursday.
Longridge’s first court appearance is scheduled for Jan. 10, 2017 in Edmonton.


Julie Ali ·
The problems of accessing mental health suports and services in Alberta are highlighted by this case. This family was going through a crisis which was the loss of Rachel's father. The mother was having mental health problems. Did she receive appropriate care? Sometimes patients need to spend months in a mental health ward to stabilize their medications. Did the family get the help they needed with this unstable situation or was help delayed?
Advocating for a mentally ill family member is exhausting. You take the patient here and there like a refugee begging for help. Sometimes you just dump the family member at the local emergency such as at the Grey Nuns Hospital where emergency staff tell you that they can't keep an eye on the patient. But there are no beds. So what can you do?
Other times there will be a bed and then the patient gets on a revolving cycle of medications that may or may not work. It takes time to get the patient stable and sometimes they are never stable for long. Any crisis can cause them to go off.
This means more problems for the patient and the family.
In this case you have young adults who had to be advocates for their mother. The poor kids. I imagine their lives were topsy turvy. In Alberta if you don't go public it's very hard to get the long term help your family member needs. It seems that only publicity and the exposure of the poor performance of the GOA in terms of mental health services will result in help.
Otherwise we have cases of folks who are denied help and go commit suicide. Heck we have of cases of suicide in the hospital emergencies. It is a complete disaster and yet we have folks who have no understanding of mental illness blaming the victims. The mother is a victim. The daughter was a victim. if you can't get help this is what happens folks.
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Andrea Rudzinski Thorrougood
I pity anyone who needs to rely on our mental health system. It is truly a joke.
Julie Ali ·
The pathetic state of mental health services in Alberta has been ongoing for decades. The PCs were not interested in the provision of mental health services and basically their approach was to do the reviews that the NDP are now doing.
What all this means is that nothing will be done.
The lack of child psychiatrists is a problem for the few child psychiatrists who are practicing who have to take on heavy loads that are untenable.
It's also problematic for any new psychiatric case to find a psychiatrist unless the family goes public and yaps endlessly for help.
In the past, family members were dumped at hospital emergencies such as at the Grey Nuns Hospital in crisis because there were no beds available.
It's ridiculous. Then on top of this junk families are told that the psychiatrists can't do anything about the lack of beds and go talk to your MLA.
The MLA doesn't give a hoot and nor does the political parties.
What I suggest any family with a mentally ill family member should do is go public. A CBC investigation on this junk would result in action.
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Jacqui Spagnol ·
Trae - you seem to base your analogies on a lot of research. Not everything can be quantified by a statistic or number.
Chaplain Travis
But, but, but... women are not violent... how can this be, women are sweet and innocent little bundles of pure goodness. This cannot be true, there must be a man to blame somewhere for this horrific event. Maybe the media can fabricate a story about projecting blame onto some random stranger who just so happens to be male and then everything will be right once again in the narrative.
Garry Horsnell
Doesn't anybody who kills another innocent human being have a mental health problem?
Trae Lanti ·
No. Not necessarily. Public opinion is that mental illness and violence goes hand in hand. News articles such as this one definitely contribute to that viewpoint. But the reality is that there a number of different factors that are linked to violence - from socioeconomic factors, cultural factors, stress issues, there's research showing that genetics plays a role, etc. There's many people who commit murder who don't present with mental illness. Plus most mentally ill people are not violent. The research shows that public opinion on this issue is wrong. There's multiple interacting factors that contribute to violent behaviour. The causes of violent behaviour is complex and multifaceted. It's not as simple as just saying they are mentally ill and that's why they committed a violent crime. It's almost 2017 and I'm surprised that people still have this perception of mental illness. It's just really sad that that stigma or stereotype is attached to mental illness.
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Garry Horsnell
Trae Lanti

I didn't say all mentally ill people are violent. Most aren't.

I just have a feeling people who kill other innocent human beings have a mental problem. They aren't quite right.
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Trae Lanti ·
Garry Horsnell I can see why you would feel that way, but the research just simply doesn't support that. Just because someone commits murder doesn't necessarily mean they have a mental illness. You're suggesting that they do. It might be hard to wrap your head around it, but people who don't present with mental illnesses can commit murder. And as I've mentioned there are many other factors at play.
LikeReply1Dec 27, 2016 7:40am
Garry Horsnell
Trae Lanti

Well, they're not mentally like you and I and most of us. Are they? Some how they've snapped or are different from the norm.
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Julie Ali ·
Garry Horsnell I think any one of us can become mentally ill. If we are subject to some of the stresses of the mentally ill folks I'd imagine we'd break soon enough.
Also mental illness is an illness of the brain and without proper medication there will be episodes of inaccurate thinking and delusions that may result in harm to others.

It's not the fault of the mentally ill person. And certainly the lack of access to psychiatrists and supports/ services makes it very hard for families to help their afflicted family members.

It won't change any time soon. The mentally ill are seen as disposable folks. If you just consider that doctors at the Grey Nuns Hospital would put do not resuscitate orders on such individuals well then you can see how much the society cares for the mentally ill in our society.
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Emily Chandler
Truly heartbreaking story, my heart goes out to all who know this girl and may they find peace. Rest in Paradise beautiful soul 
LikeReply1Dec 27, 2016 2:56am
Sue White ·
The mother is an f***ing coward and a monster
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Emily Chandler
Lydia A. Murillo please go die whoever created this fake spam account.
LikeReply1Dec 27, 2016 2:55am
Leonida Tolentino
My deep thoughts and prayers for the whole family....a loving daughter as she is doesn't deserve to die from her mother's hand....rest in peace beautiful soul...🙏
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Garion Thorogood ·
horrible.
I hope the mother realizes what she has done
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Julie Ali ·
She is mentally ill. In an acute psychotic state you don't have insight. It's troubling that folks can't see that the mother had no idea of what she was doing. And how will realizing that she killed her baby make her feel? I would imagine it would exacerbate her illness.
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Deanna Smith Rhine ·
If the mother was and is mentally ill and people are saying she killed because of this, then why didn't the mom kill herself? Her murdering her daughter shows to me anger, resentment and spiteful feelings toward her daughter. I have dealt with bipolar family members, brain surgery plus depression with suicide and nervous breakdowns in family members through out my life. So I really have a hard time blaming murdering your daughter on a mental illness! I know I will get blasted for this but I have and experienced a lot of mental issues with family members in my 47 years.
LikeReply6Dec 26, 2016 10:00pm
Melissa Meyer
And yet, still you judge. All that experience, and you've learned nothing about what others deal with
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Estelle Nolan
Melissa Meyer
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Estelle Nolan
there is no excuse to murder any human being
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Deanna Smith Rhine ·
Melissa Meyer yes I do!!!! There is NO excuse for murdering your own child!!
LikeReply2Dec 27, 2016 3:15am
Sarah Hardy ·
You obviously don't understand the 'psychosis' part of mental illness then.
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Deanna Smith Rhine ·
Sarah Hardy you don't make excuses for the murdering of a child!!! Nope not buying it!!!!!
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Eric Chan
Deanna Smith Rhine By that same logic, someone who has a stroke while driving their child to school and drives their car into a wall killing their child also has no excuse. Same goes for a parent that has a seizure while bathing their infant child, drowning them, is also guilty of murder.
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Deanna Smith Rhine ·
Eric Chan she deliberately murdered her child. She held the knife and killed her. No such comparison with stroke or seizure. Bottom line it was anger and intent!!! Why didn't she kill herself? Answer that!!!
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Julie Ali ·
Melissa Meyer Yeah, it is mind boggling how stigmatized the mentally ill are.
Folks will never abuse people with a disease of the body like cancer but if the person has a disease of the brain--folks are inclined to blame the victim. The mother is a victim. Just as her daughter was.
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Julie Ali ·
Deanna Smith Rhine She is mentally ill. She had no insight. She didn't understand what she was doing. I mean the mother loved the daughter and was going through a crisis point-the loss of her husband. She didn't kill her kid until she was at the crisis point. It's got nothing to do with deliberate. It's got to do with the brain in a psychosis. Deranged thinking.
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Julie Ali ·
Sarah Hardy Until folks understand that mental illness deprieves you of the ability to reason or to have insight they will continue to believe that this woman deliberately killed her daughter. She did not.
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Stacey Mark Paun
It's heart breaking but we all know it would not be fare to put her in jail for murder. She has mental problems she will have to live with knowing she killed her daughter it's such a sad story
LikeReply2Dec 26, 2016 6:12pm
David Jones
Let the health care professionals do it. When they do it, it is legal under the law.
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Mickey Andres
Mental health has horribly and sadly cost this daughter her life, I hope it doesn't cost her justice.
LikeReply6Dec 26, 2016 3:01pm
Diana Ryan
We all experience loss and tragedies some form of mental illness albeit anxiety, depression etc. It's still not a licence to kill.
LikeReply10Dec 26, 2016 2:27pm
David Jones
ONLY licensed healthcare professionals have the license to kill. When they do it, it is 100% LEGAL!
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Julie Ali ·
It is not a license to kill. But it is certainly a reason why she killed. She had a breakdown.
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Trae Lanti ·
I don't believe someone being mentally unhealthy is a good reason or excuse or cop-out for that type of behaviour. University professors all tell their students that the data doesn't show that mentally unhealthy people are any more violent than people who don't present with mental illness. As I read quotes in this news article, it seems as though there is a suggestion that mental illness is to blame and is the cause for the murder. I don't believe that to be true. There's tons of people with bipolar disorder who don't commit these types of crimes. It's disappointing to see a news article presented in such a way that places blame on mental illness. No wonder there is stigma attached to mental illness and people just assume that if you're mentally ill that you'll be more prone to violent behaviour. I guess people just want to find something to blame rather than just saying that maybe the mother was an evil woman. That's probably just as good as an explanation as anything. I'm really tired of seeing mental illness being portrayed in this type of way.
LikeReply10Dec 26, 2016 2:23pm
Mandy Perreault ·
Works at CLS / S. Master
I think each case of mental illness is different.....
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Makenna Sutton ·
Works at Nanny
I'm a friend of the families and her mother and her loved each other very much. If her mother was having a rage because of her bipolar disorder she easily could have killed Rachael without thinking twice. Get your head together. If you don't know the mother and her disorder and how it effected her or the relationship that was there don't comment. Her mother loved her.
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Trae Lanti ·
Mandy Perreault I agree with you on that. For example, I would say there's a big difference between psychopathy and depression. Or pedophilia and histrionic personality disorder. Etc. Etc. But I get the point you're making. I was speaking in generalities because news articles are always tying mental illness to crimes in a very general manner. I just am upset because it seems the media has the agenda of simply telling stories that are going to have a purchase or a hold with an audience, rather than telling the right story or making fair suggestions in their stories. And in this case it's at the expense of furthering an unwarranted stigma in relation to mental illness.
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Shannon Underwood ·
Mental health is the issue and lack of medical support
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Trae Lanti ·
Shannon Underwood I'm just completely nonplussed by your comment. How can you possibly come to that conclusion? Everybody knows that there is no magic bullet when it comes to the causes of people's behaviour. And it's well known that there are many people out there with a range of different and even multiple mental health issues who don't commit crimes like this. I find it just so sad to see how deep rooted the belief in how mental health and violent behaviour is tied to each other. Especially when the research doesn't support that. I personally blame the media in large part for that. They alw...See More
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Trae Lanti ·
Sorry for all the comments on here from me. I just feel really passionate about all the issues that I've mentioned.
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Janelle Gordon ·
Do you have mental illness? Or does anyone in your family? You don't sound like you have any idea other than what your "professors" have told you.
LikeReply1Dec 26, 2016 7:02pm
Trae Lanti ·
Janelle Gordon Actually yes, some of my family members present with mental illnesses. That's probably why I'm so passionate about a number of issues related to mental illness. I'm sorry if I come across as having no idea other than what a professor might say. But I can assure you that I can think for myself and come to my own conclusions. I do however have a strong appreciation for the scientific method, and perhaps that's why I come across as favouring a more intellectual and data based position. Trust me, I would love to just simply blame mental illness for these types of crimes, but I know that it's really not that simple.
LikeReply1Dec 26, 2016 7:21pm
Marie Kuzawinski Hamzey
I totally agree being a parent of a child with a mental illness and studying it for years. My concern has been injury and recklessness directed towards them self. Perhaps this was the issue and the daughter got in the way (?). This is very sad . My condolences and prayers to this family.
LikeReply1Dec 26, 2016 7:46pm
Dara Andersen - Feltham
Makenna Sutton - I was in engaged to a man who has Bi Polar . I agree that if they are in a Rage state they can defiantly injure or kill someone without understanding the consequences or the reality of what they are doing. We the "public" do not know enough about Bi polar disorder to make judgements of her mothers state or comprehension. This is such a tragedy for the family.
LikeReply2Dec 26, 2016 9:48pm
Estelle Nolan
Makenna Sutton no doubt her mother loved her...but she is dead????
LikeReplyDec 27, 2016 1:01am
Estelle Nolan
Mandy Perreault Agreee that mental health is unique in each situation but is it a licence to kill?
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Julie Ali ·
If you are not receiving appropriate medication then your mental illness is not in control. If the mental illness is not in control then you lack insight into your actions. As such the mental illness is to blame if harm is done to others. The mentally ill person is not culpable because she was lacking insight.
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Paula Schlueter ·
Works at SoLo on Main
Of course Mental Health is an issue. No mother kills her child in a sound mind
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Trae Lanti ·
Actually yes they do. Many people have committed murder and they don't fit the criteria for any diagnosis.
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Trae Lanti ·
This type of comment is exactly what I have an issue with. People just assume that mental illness is the issue or the cause, and that of course they must've been mentally ill. That's the explanation. When in reality the research and all the data doesn't support that viewpoint. I'm just so disappointed to see people attack mental health and put blame on it. If you spent some time reading the academic literature on that issue you would realize that that comment is silly.
LikeReply1Dec 26, 2016 2:51pm
Mickey Andres
Paula, In some cultures they kill their own and call it honour killing, here they call it mental illness when it's convenient, outside the fact millions have disorders and never hurt anyone.
They are both murder, and should be prosecuted as such, period.
LikeReply1Dec 26, 2016 3:09pm
Alexeis Fiona Vanessa Buck ·
I agree some mothers will kill when they are sound of mind, but if you look up what bipolar is you will think that your comment is ridiculous and some mental health issues cause the brain to alter and do things they never would do if they were sound of mind. The problem is to many people take the excuse of "mental health issue" to get out of what they have done and that's not right. Your basically saying that someone who is depressed and commits suicide really wasn't depressed they just wanted to kill themselves for fun. Go read your own academic literature in a corner just because sometimes things are written down by academic people doesn't mean it's 100% accurate.
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Trae Lanti ·
Alexeis Fiona Vanessa Buck No I never said that. Plus suicidal ideation is part of the criteria for disagnosing depression. It's a symptom of the illness. Furthermore, I'm kinda struggling to follow your train of thought. And if you disagree with me, that's fine. But there's no need to make comments about going in a corner to read academic literature. That's a very immature comment of you to make.
LikeReply2Dec 26, 2016 3:28pm
Leann Morrison ·
Mickey Andres I agree, and people use mental illness excuses to get off on such charges which is a shame
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Paula Schlueter ·
Works at SoLo on Main
To clarify...I am not saying everyone who has a Mental Illness would kill. And I am not saying that Mental Illness is an excuse. I am saying and stand by my comment that Mental Health is an issue in this case and I believe that No one who is of sane mind would kill their own child. I am entitled to my beliefs as are you. But being a mother of 4 children, I believe for a person to kill their own offspring they would have to be driven to the brink of insanity even if only for the duration of the attack. Still not an excuse and of course this is murder. An extremely sad situation.
LikeReplyDec 27, 2016 5:56am
Julie Ali ·
Mickey Andres This is a dumb statement. The woman was mentally ill and going through a crisis. She wasn't aware of what she was doing in that crisis. This case has nothing to do with honor killing.
Lots of citizens have mental illness. Their illness may be in good control. They can however experience episodes of highs and lows as in the case of bipolar depression. This is what this woman had. If her condition was in poor control she may have had a psychotic episode leading to the end result of the death of her daughter.
She didn't mean to kill her but in her unstable mental health state she did.
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D'Arcy Jousset
It's a sad situation. My heart goes out to them.
LikeReply5Dec 26, 2016 1:58pm
Dave Mathieu
Sad thing is, even IF her mental health issue was exposed...wouldn't have changed a thing. I'm saying this out of experience..
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