Around the year 2000, Ulrika Jonsson's life hit rock bottom. She was facing a situation every parent dreads - her unborn child had been diagnosed with a rare and life-threatening heart condition - and she was facing it alone because the child's father had left her. She had a son by her first marriage to look after, and a string of failed relationships behind her. Seriously depressed, living with a constant barrage of media comment and criticism, she had lost any sense of who she was. nAs a way of trying to understand herself and her life, Ulrika started to write. It was a difficult, sometimes humiliating experience as she faced up to past mistakes. Two years later she had finished an extremely open and brave memoir.
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