A pretty house and white picket fence, with a beautiful family is the beginning of every little girls dream. Wendy's story truly begins with the birth of her first child is where, when her life is lived beyond the norms of everyday annoyances, and maybe, beyond some bad parenting or a broken family. This is where she takes hold of adversity and the real Wendy comes to life. Wendy pushed through unspoken walls of postpartum depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder, horrifying thoughts, and debilitating anxiety. This book is a memoir into a dark corner of childbirth that never seems revealed until it is entirely too late. When you're done with this story you will learn that the love for your child will give you strength beyond anything you could envision. The greatest part of all is that Wendy is just like you and me; she is neither a superwoman nor is she made of steel. She is an ordinary woman backed into an extraordinary circumstance, and she comes out on top. Wendy shows you that if she can do it, anyone can with help and support.