The Legend of The Hidden Kennedy
By World Watch Media
According to Henry H. Goddard, Rosemary had actually suffered from a disability which required her to receive intellectual specials needs. A biographer composed that Rose Kennedy did not confide in her good friends and she pretended her child was typical, with some family members understanding absolutely nothing of Rosemary's reported low IQ. There was some speculation from different medical professionals' that Rosemary was both "psychologically ill" and epileptic.
Journals which were composed by her throughout the late 1930s, and then released throughout the 1980s, exposed a girl whose life was filled with getaways to the opera, tea dances, gown fittings, and other social interests. She checked out a couple of books however her favorite was Winnie-the-Pooh.
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