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These poems are often desperate and pleading but written in a way that never comes off as dishonest or fake. It is clear these words are driven by memories and experiences. They are all very powerful and well written, with a confid An extremely brave and powerful look at motherhood, postpartum depression and the changes we monster sized ass through as parents, both physically and spiritually. They are all very powerful and well written, with a confidence to use the sort of language that others could mishandle.

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You spend every waking moment looking after a tiny human to the extent that you forget to take care of yourself. I felt a huge wave of relief cascade calmly over me as I immersed myself in this book. Finally, mommy poetic voice showing the harsh reality of mental health combined with motherhood.

Horan stands boldly naked in front of reader, her battle scars proudly on display. I love it! She does a skilful job of normalising the struggles of mental health. Mothers are bad shamed for suffering with postpartum and forced to hide it. Horan is speaking to these vulnerable women through her poetry, letting them know they are not alone.

These poems are laced with emotions of the heart. Powerful, inspiring words that open the readers eyes to a hidden unknown world of hopelessness. I found I Hate Elisabeth Horan, hit close to home for me personally. Black head nurses 4 could relate to the self loathing and hatred of oneself.

That much needed friend to confide in was there all along, right in fleshlites of me. I strongly believe that this sincere book of poetry will help many women.

The way Horan uses imagery in her poems is delicately beautiful. She knows how to craft her words, stitching them together like a patchwork quilt. I feel honoured that Horan has shared such deep personal experiences in her writing.

There is so much confusion, torment and despair. My heart ached and I could feel the tears welling up before I even finished the book. This was an intense reading experience.

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