It’s a modern day horror story — a worldwide pandemic that impacts up to one in five families with sometimes terrifying and tragic results. It completely alters a person’s personality, moods, morality. In its most sinister form, it drives young mothers to suicide and even murder. It affects women of all ages, economic status, and all ethnic backgrounds. There actually is such a threat and it’s called Postpartum Depression (PPD) and though it’s been studied for decades, the real horror is that so few women and men realize the sheer destructiveness, the utter lethality of this illness. “A Daughter’s Touch” is an honest account of one woman’s journey through postpartum depression, told with uncommon compassion and humor.