How Marian Keyes made it back from the depths of depression

Marian Keyes was 'blindsided' when depression hit her, she tells Sarah Caden, but while the novelist contemplated suicide, a return to alcohol was never an option

Marian Keyes says her depression took her by surprise and she knows the shadow is always there. But she’s grateful not to be in it now.

Sarah Caden

At her very lowest ebb, Marian Keyes hated everyone who loved her. She hated their support, hated their help, hated that their existence meant that she couldn't kill herself.