“Imagine the sadness – Shirley fills my heart with such delight at first, is such a lovely bubbly little girl full of mischief and initiative and ability … and then, as she gets older her difficulties surface and she struggles. Seeing the glass as half full, finding relationships very difficult, clinging on where she can – she manifests the beginnings of clinical depression. What I remember most was that she cried and cried and cried. She was always crying …

And I become so sad, not understanding what is going on but crying with her. We cry together for more than thirty-three years ….

Now, 44 years on, God has miraculously brought me to a place where I have had my perspective changed and I can rejoice ….”