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Diana's husband, Michael, was stunned when Diana told him about her disturbing thoughts. "It was wild," Michael says. "I hadn't heard about anyone that had gone through anything like that before, so it just completely blindsided me." Michael says he didn't think his wife was "crazy;" he just thought she was overstressed.

Michael says didn't think his wife was dangerous until his friends "put that thought into my head," he says.

"That's good, I'm glad they did," Dr. Smith says. "Sometimes we can want to minimize something because we don't know how to manage it."
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FROM: When a Mother Secretly Thinks About Killing Her Children
Published on July 11, 2005

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