And Now I Spill the Family Secrets

DISCLAIMER: This memoir is intended for mature audiences and for people who want a better understanding of mental illness. Reader discretion is advised for those who might find mentions of divorce, suicide, suicide ideation, or mental illness triggering or distressing.   Review by Saily Marrero Margaret Kimball’s illustrated memoir, And Now I Spill the Family Secrets, begins with the following line, “My mom was thirty-one when she decided to take her own life” (pg. 2). What follows is the author’s personal and honest portrayal of her childhood and teenage years as she, as an adult, attempts to understand, cope, and … Continue reading And Now I Spill the Family Secrets