‘She’s Out of Mind and I Felt Bad for Her’
November 28, 2017 10:06pm CST
I was so busy mylotting and been interrupted by an unexpected call. The caller is the sister-in-law of my batch mate in college. We can call my batch mate “Marimar.” She is the prettiest young lady way back then. To cut the story short, she was a victim of losing her insanity during our clinical internship program. We, the batch mates don’t know what had happened to her. The main purpose of her sister-in-law is to know the cause of her psychological condition. I wanted to help but I don't have any ideas about it. The best thing I could offer is to visit and spend an ample time to talk with her. It was a difficult situation and she never enjoyed her life to live normal. What will you do in this kind of situation? Image Credit: pixabay.com
14 people like this
wasn't she brought to the psychiatric department of your hospital for consultation? is she that intelligent to the point of losing her mind? if i were you, i could give the lady some pieces of advice but not get near your classmate. maybe she is quiet, but we learned about the term "lucid intervals", so i hope you keep your distance from her.
@ridingbet The last time I saw her when we are reviewing for our board exam. She really had changed in her behavior. There are so many stories circulating in our school and thinking that she was being cast by a black magic. She had her internship in Isabela that time and after which, she returned with losing her insanity.
Same as my auntie, she went to abroad for applying job, unfortunately after she went back home she suffering because of psychological condition. I can't blame her but im hoping that she is doing fine now and hopefully his sons and daughters support her same as her brothers and sisters.