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Deborah Spungen
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Deborah Spungen is Nancy Spungen's mother. Deborah is the author of this book. Deborah tells the reader at the beginning of the book that she wrote this book about her daughter's life and death because she wants to offer hope to other families struggling with the same type of difficulties she and her family suffered with Nancy. Deborah began her story with the traumatic birth of Nancy. Deborah was a young, innocent college student who was not prepared for pregnancy and motherhood. The traumatic birth of her daughter followed by a difficult infancy left Deborah frustrated with the medical community and unable to convince anyone that there was something really wrong with her daughter, not just her own inexperience.

Deborah attempted to get Nancy help many times during her childhood, but she was often told that all Nancy needed was better parents. This left Deborah frustrated...

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