I beg to differ with you DC. Any one that has EVER been a part of this woman's life knows she is a dedicated person. She has stress'ersI don't think mental help will help the mom, she even knows she's far gone.
just like any one of us, plus some, but she is far from a mental case. It is well known that most people we encounter are diagnosed with one form or another of mental hygiene. Bipolar, Manic Depressant, Anxiety, and Panic Attack Disorder. The list could go on and on. So in such a distasteful situation such as she endured it could have brought one of these disorders to a climax, and I find it reasonable to say losing something that was your own blood could push the matter. Wouldn't you? She already demonstrated that she firmly believed her son would never leave her side against what Doctors told her. As for the comments in regards to her not being upset. Good Lord, she didn't even look like the woman we all know. She was broken, and it showed inside and out.