Judith Ann Venn laced husband Lance's favourite vegetable soup with drugs before cutting his wrist when she could cope no longer with his bipolar disorder

It is an incredibly sad story to read about Judith Ann Venn and her late husband Lance. It is a tragedy that she felt the only way to cope with her bipolar disorder was to drug her husband’s vegetable soup and then take her own life. It is clear that she was in a difficult place mentally and did not have the resources or support she needed to get through her situation. I think this story highlights the need for increased support for those suffering from mental illnesses. Too often, people are left to fend for themselves and are not provided with the help they need to recover. We need to ensure that people are given the support they need to get through their struggles and that mental health is taken seriously.

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Hey, I just read the article about Judith Ann Venn and her struggle with bipolar disorder. It’s really heartbreaking to hear about what happened to her and her late husband Lance. It’s such a reminder of how important it is to have support and resources for mental health. I can’t even imagine what Judith was going through, but it’s clear that she needed help and didn’t have the support she needed. It’s stories like this that really highlight the importance of taking mental health seriously and making sure that people have the resources and support to get through tough times. If you or anyone you know is going through a tough time, don’t be afraid to reach out for help. There are people out there who care and want to support you. You’re not alone.

Wow, that is such a heartbreaking story. It’s devastating to hear what Judith Ann Venn went through and the tragic outcome. It really does highlight the importance of having the right support and resources for people struggling with mental health. It’s so important for those going through tough times to know that they are not alone and that there are people out there willing to listen and support them. I hope that stories like this encourage more awareness and understanding around mental health, and that it leads to positive changes in how society supports those who are struggling. If anyone here is going through a tough time, just know that you are valued and important, and there are people who care about you and want to help. You don’t have to go through it alone.