By TERRI-ANN WILLIAMS FOR MAILONLINE
31 August 2018
Kate Perrett-Clarke's symptoms meant she was overwhelmed by fatigueA talented writer and mother of three hanged herself after she began losing her ability to pen magazine articles due to bouts of illness.
Mother of three compared getting around her home to 'running a marathon'
Writer was described as a 'joy and a whirlwind' by family and friends
Kate Perrett-Clarke, 53, had forged a successful career in writing academic pieces for military publications but her medical conditions, which included memory loss and the chronic fatigue syndrome ME left her barely able to draw a clock face.
This inability to continue to pursue her passion led her to take her own life.
She was found by her husband Malcolm last March, next to her was a love letter she had previously penned to him before he had travelled to Scotland for six weeks.
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