Her book performed a rare feat. It penetrated the unfathomably isolating pain of mental illness. Her writing assured me that I wasn't alone. Her writing was unblinking in its honesty and it showed a complete lack of self-pity. It lacked the jocular cheerfulness that writing on depression is often mired with.
'There are so many 'Sallys' out there.'
Daily Mail advice columnist Sally Brampton, who had spoken out publicly about her battle with depression, has died, after