A WOMAN killed herself using her anti-depressant medication, a Huddersfield inquest heard.
Coroner Roger Whittaker recorded that Mrs Schofield killed herself while the balance of her mind was disturbed.
Mrs Schofield, 46, was found dead by health workers at her home on Sackville Street, Ravensthorpe, on October 26, 2005.
They had last seen her alive on October 21.
Analyst Richard Sykes said she had taken 20 or more anti-depressant tablets in quick succession.
Mrs Schofield, who was born in Heckmondwike, had lost touch with her family when she moved to Crete following the break-up of her 10-year marriage.
By the time she came back to England in 1990, she had alcohol and depression problems.
She got back in touch with her family - including her three children.
Family members who saw her in the weeks before her death said she had never mentioned taking her own life.
Despite this, the coroner said he had no doubt that her death was deliberate.