Amy Hellman

mother of two bi-polar children

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Parent of two children with bi-polar disorder and advocate for those with mental illness

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This weekend,  Tucson  joined  Virginia Tech ,  Fort Hood  and the  Holocaust Museum  as locations of mass killings that have rocked the nation.

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