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    Posted by David on 12/12/13

    On 6/23/03, Karen wrote:
    > I have always been a very strong, independant and capable
    > woman who could basically do anything I set my mind to do.
    > I was very outgoing, I loved people and I loved to laugh
    > and play, I worked out at the gym at least 4 times a week,
    > roller bladed, danced, took karate lession, yoga, etc.
    > Within a year of purchasing my condo all of this stopped.
    > I became a total recluse, severely depressed and had
    > suicidal thoughts frequently. I couldn't understand what
    > was going on with me. There was nothing going on in my
    > life for me not to want to live anymore. My fatigue became
    > so bad that everything I did became monumental. I had joint
    > and muscle pain, severe memory loss and confusion, I lost
    > my jog becasue I couldn't function at work, I had boils on
    > my face, night sweats, insomnia, digestive problems, chest
    > pains, panic attacks, and the list goes on. My family and
    > friends watched this transition and couldn't believe it.
    > My whole personality changed in front of their eyes. To
    > make a long story short, I took an overdose of pills to
    > kill myself. Thank God I was not successful. I have read
    > about others who had also attempted suicide or experienced
    > suicidal thoughts while exposed to toxic mold. In fact,
    > several months ago I read a post on the toxic chat board
    > that a mother and daughter had committed suicide while
    > living in a mold environment and their family was crying
    > out for help and information. They wanted to know if mold
    > could have caused this. Well, I am convinced that it can
    > and does! If you have had this same experience of know of
    > anyone else who has had suicidal thoughts or attempts,
    > please email me, I'd love to hear from you.
    > Sincerely,
    > Karen

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