A State of Depression by Margaret McRae (auth.)

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He was sharing his feelings with me - something that he hadn't done for over two years. For the next two and a half months Alan came home for the weekends and then, four and a half months after his admission and two days before his eighteenth birthday he was discharged. It was November 1953. My father told us that the psychiatrist had warned him not to let Alan isolate himself from people. Alan was to get a job without any responsibilities, otherwise he might have a relapse. He was to eat regular, nourishing meals, and we were to encourage him to be more outgoing.

I think so,' Rita said. 48 Part/: The Disintegration of My Personality The doctor stood up. 'Thank you. I hope you're successful. ' We left the surgery and got back into Rita's car. ' she asked. ' I sank back in the seat and continued to cry quietly. All my energy and willpower had gone. I was content to put myself in Rita's hands. It was lunchtime. 'We'll go back to my house and have a snack,' Rita said, 'and while we're there, I'll try to arrange an appointment for you. ' 'I don't mind where I travel to so long as he can help me,' I whispered through my tears.

It's a sort of electric shock. ' 'No I don't. I hate it. They keep talking loudly at me. They are trying to make me think differently. ' 'I can't explain. ' I took Alan's arm. I wished I could go back with him to the hospital and tell them not to force Alan to believe things he didn't want to believe. However, despite his dislike of the hospital treatment, it was obvious to me that he was much better. I was talking to The Hysterectomy and its Aftermath 3 7 him and he was answering me. He was sharing his feelings with me - something that he hadn't done for over two years.

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