Susan Doherty and Caroline Evans were playmates as children. But while Doherty went on to enjoy a career and family and become an award-winning writer, Evans joined society’s most marginalized, living in squalor and locked in an endless struggle with her own mind. For Evans (a pseudonym), the onset of schizophrenia led to decades of suffering and countless losses, including that of her marriage, custody of her two beloved children, and her independence.  Read the rest of this article at The Globe and Mail…

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