She was bipolar all her life. She came from a very busy family. She likes to keep busy in sports and music. Her monther helped her go to college. She made good grades in school. Her mother really helped her get a good education. Her Mother was a teacher in a one-room schoolhouse many years ago. Her Mother taught her by taking her to church, and She picked up correct grammar. Here mother was very busy, all five of kids were busy, and her dad was busy working. Lois have strong faith in her genes.She was blessed with God-believing parents on both sides of her family.
She was so thankful for that. It seemed to her that she shouldn't have a problem. But at eighteen, She became very depressed. She struggled through her early twenties with unhappiness. It actually was a chronic depression. She had to be treated and was diagnosed bipolar. It was so true, but she tried to fight it. To no avail. She learned to take her pills. And she thank her Uncle Sam and the veterans for bringing her the right pills. There is no shame in that. Especially nowadays when almost everyone is taking medicine. She is very sorry for those who use harmful drugs that damage their brains. Someday She will have a new brain and She will be very happy when she go to glory.
Lois Lund has a passion for entertaining young children with rhyming poetry and stories that encourage reading and imaginative play. From baby chicks as yellow as butter to a froggie who can leap, Lund Leads youngsters through a variety of catchy poems and true tales that reflect on things children love, and encourage a good work ethic at home and at school, honor God, and teach about times gone by.
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